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Posted On June 25, 2012 by Michelle Hiskey

For nearly a century, Georgia State University students and administration have figured out how to accomplish a lot with a little through innovative thinking and perseverance. That pattern of success continues through Keep Hope Alive, a scholarship program that makes small grants at critical times to help students regain state funding.

Keep Hope Alive scholarships… more »

Paving the Way for International Arbitration

Posted On June 12, 2012
Categories Global Impact

Having a campus near the state capitol in downtown Atlanta provides ample opportunity for Georgia State University students to learn through firsthand observation and experience. In the GSU College of Law, students and faculty not only can become involved in the legislative process, but are able to influence policy directly.

Professor Doug Yarn is the… more »

An Entree into College Life

For Nathaniel Hodges, being part of Georgia State University’s new Success Academy this summer is a life changing opportunity.

After his grandmother passed away when he was just 16, Hodges, now 19, and his twin brother have been on their own.

Nathaniel Hodges, who is now living in GSU’s Freshman Hall, is part of the… more »

 
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