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In the time it would have taken him to complete two semesters of coursework on Georgia State’s campus, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies graduate student Justin Hargesheimer built an eco-friendly schoolhouse in Guatemala from the ground up. Rather than conventional bricks and mortar, the school is constructed of “eco-bricks” made of discarded plastic soda… more »

Langdale Foundation Funds Scholarships to Honor Friends of Former Georgia State President

Posted On January 30, 2012 by Joseph M. Piffaretti
Categories Student Success

When Georgia State University President Noah N. Langdale Jr. traveled to give memorable speeches on behalf of the institution, his colleague William S. “Bill” Patrick (B.B.A. ’56, Ph.D. ’75) was usually nearby, serving as his right hand man.

Forged in the 1970s and 1980s, that close friendship and three others were honored recently with a… more »

Following Fair’s Footsteps

ATLANTA –The resume of Georgia State University senior Kiana Nicholas is already piled high with experience. She has worked for the U.S. Census Bureau, Atlanta United Way (which asked her back – twice), for public relations firm the Reynolds Group, and at Turner Entertainment Networks.

Senior Kiana Nicholas studied marketing in London, and her study… more »

 
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