10 Years of Teaching and Scholarship on Diversity, Social Justice, and Community Engagement
Welcome to the Interdisciplinary Studies Department (ISD) at Kennesaw State University. With its focus on diversity, social justice, and community engagement, and a structure that encompasses eight different interdisciplinary programs, ISD is a unique department. We teach courses that bring together insights from many disciplines, and we encourage research and engagement projects aimed at solving real world problems, from the local to the global level. ISD is a forward looking department that seeks to prepare students for the challenges of the 21st century, challenges that require understanding the interconnectedness of people and ideas. Come and explore with us!
In light of recent and ongoing violence against Asians and Asian Americans in this country, the Interdisciplinary Studies Department recognizes that knowledge is the ultimate weapon against sexist, racist ignorance. As such, we have curated a list of resources to educate on the history of Asians in the U.S. and on anti-racist pedagogies. Click here to view these resources.
- Deborah N. Smith, Ph. D., Named Interim Chair for RCHSS's Interdisciplinary Studies Department
- Three Kennesaw State alumni receive Fulbright awards
- RCHSS Announces 2020-21 Grant Award Recipients
- RCHSS Announces 2021 Outstanding Students