Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Richard Phillips Richard D. Phillips, associate dean of academic initiatives and innovation at Georgia State University’s [...]
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Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Georgia State University alumnus Kenneth D. Lewis (B.A.,’69), a longtime donor to his alma mater, has [...]
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Responding to concerns expressed by students at Album 88 and alumni, Georgia State University is pursuing options [...]
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Bharath Parthasarathy, deputy general counsel at Georgia State University, has been named interim director of athletics [...]
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email The Georgia State University School of Public Health has received a four-year grant from the Agency [...]
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email There is no correlation between the consumption of a cow’s milk-based formula or hydrolyzed protein formula [...]
Christopher Cornelison, a Georgia State post-doctoral researcher, is developing an anti-fungal treatment that could curb colony collapse disorder, a big threat to honeybees and the agricultural industry that relies on them.
Charles Derby and other Georgia State researchers say a product of sea slug ink could have wide-ranging uses, such as helping to heal wounds and protecting the hulls of ships.
Larry Berman, the founding dean of the Honors College, chronicles the fascinating history of spies and military leaders during the Vietnam War.
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email The Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College [...]