Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email One of the things that has made the HIV epidemic so difficult to control is the [...]
Archives for November 2013
Ngoc Ly Nguyen is the daughter of Vietnamese refugees, pursuing the “thrilling” field of science research.
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email On the surface, the news is good. October non-farm numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics [...]
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Socioeconomic class determines a lot about people, from where they live and what they eat to [...]
Aladdin Kanawati is determined to return to the Middle East over the winter holiday to resume his work with refugees.
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email WASHINGTON, D.C.--Georgia State University was recognized as the national leader in efforts to dramatically increase graduation [...]
Nursing Professor Lisa Cranwell-Bruce explains ‘herd immunity,’ and why she recommends that everybody get a flu shot.
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Then-Governor Sonny Perdue pointed out in a speech in 2009 that Georgia’s universities had produced only [...]
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email The personal papers of Stetson Kennedy, author, folklorist and human rights advocate, are available for free [...]
WenZhan Song is developing sophisticated sensors that will allow researchers to better understand how volcanoes work, and to improve early warning systems for the people who live near them.