Kentucky State University (KSU) is excited to host Fulbright scholar, Dr. Badar Alam Iqbal. He has traveled from Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), an international university in Uttar Pradesh, India.
FRANKFORT – Dr. M. Christopher Brown II has been elected to serve as Kentucky State University’s 18th President, announced Dr. Karen Bearden, Chair of the University’s Board of Regents.
Update: Due to blizzard warning and safety concerns, the Whitney Young Center for Global Leadership regretfully cancels its week-long trip to New York.
Kentucky State University’s (KSU) Broadcast Announcing students were excited to get “the 411” on March 7 from WHAS-11 News Assignment Editor Sherlene Shanklin. Shanklin was a part of Academic Technology
Kentucky State University and the College of Agriculture, Food Science and Sustainable Systems held its annual Legislative Reception on Tuesday, March 7, on the KSU campus.
FRANKFORT – Kentucky State University (KSU) welcomed three presidential finalists to its campus for interviews from February 28 to March 2. The daylong forums for each candidate were held in
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Dr. Said Sewell was the third presidential candidate to visit campus during the search for Kentucky State University’s next president.
Approximately 50 students, faculty, staff and community members attended an Ash Wednesday Mass on Wednesday, March 1 in Little Bradford Theater.
Dr. M. Christopher Brown was the second presidential candidate to visit campus during the search for Kentucky State University’s next president.