A growing number of researchers are exploring questions such as why people share, work together and give to charity.
Archives for January 2014
If Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were alive today, he would be 85 years old, an old man in a unique position to reflect on a tumultuous period in American history. Five Georgia State professors weigh in on how they think King would view America in 2014.
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email WASHINGTON, D.C.--Georgia State University’s data-driven approach to dramatically increase student success has been held up as [...]
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Remember the children’s game “warmer/colder,” where one person uses those words to guide the other person [...]
Bruce Seaman, an expert in the business of sports, talks about the baseball team’s controversial move out of downtown Atlanta in favor of the suburbs.
Advances in technology have allowed researchers to create powerful tools for visualizing problems and identifying solutions.
Georgia State researchers are developing solutions for how cities can plan for and recover from natural disasters.
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email CHICAGO–The Georgia State University chapter of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance (NLA) has been recognized as the [...]