Safe and accessible outdoor lab space available two miles from the Kennesaw campus.
The Kennesaw State University Field Station, managed by the Office of Research, provides a living laboratory for researchers, educators and students, promoting a learning environment conducive for experiential academic and research experiences. Covered lab and classroom spaces are available.
- EXPLORE THE POSSIBILITIES: Examples of topics that can be taught in the field and brought to life include: Sustainable
Agriculture, Organic Farming, Composting, Biomimicry, Biological Controls, Mycology,
Apiculture (beekeeping), Dendrology (study of trees), Bioremediation, Myco-remediation,
Hydroponics, Surveying, GIS Mapping, and Civil Engineering. (Please note that this
is not an
exhaustive list and we welcome the opportunity to discuss other promising research ideas you are interested in pursuing.)
- SAFETY FIRST: All COVID-19 safety protocols will be followed at the KSU Field Station to ensure the health and safety of faculty, staff, and students.
- INTERESTED in taking your courses to the KSU Field Station for lab work/research in Fall 2020 or Spring 2021? Contact Michael Blackwell, KSU Field Station Operations Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.