Newton Hosts STEM Open House for Dual Enrollment
Georgia State University’s Newton Campus is offering a STEM Open House Feb. 27 for prospective dual enrollment students.
Music Alumni Henry Cheng Takes Top Prize at the Inaugural European Union Conducting Competition
Georgia State University a Host Site for NASPAA Global Public Policy Competition
ATLANTA – The Georgia State University campus will be one of 16 host sites across five continents for the annual Batten Student Simulation Competition conducted by the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA) on February 24, 2018.
Medina Highlights Latinx Culture, Writing at Children’s Literature Lecture
Award-winning Cuban-American author Meg Medina delivered the College of Education & Human Development’s second annual Lecture on Diversity and Justice in Children’s Literature on Feb. 1. She highlighted how she weaves her experiences as the daughter of Cuban immigrants into her stories and encouraged educators to learn more about Latinx authors.
Jason Collier Completes Five Unfinished Works for Johnny Mercer Tribute Concert
Ph.D. Candidate Arzu Karaduman Receives the Provost’s Dissertation Fellowship
Two Georgia State Teams Win Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition, Advance to Nationals
Two Georgia State Law Moot Court teams won the Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition, South East Regionals, which took place […]
Botanical Garden Manager Seeks to Grow Curriculum
The new manager of the Georgia State University Perimeter College Native Plant Botanical Garden will enhance the garden’s educational mission.
Lecture Series Explores ‘Food and the American Identity’
“You Are What You Eat: Food and the American Identity” will examine food and its political, socio-economic, environmental and regional effects.