Chasing Down An Epidemic
Fulbright Scholar Dr. Marie-Huguette Kingbo (M.P.H. ‘12) uses the power of data to improve patient monitoring and protect babies from HIV in her native Ivory Coast.
People across the country will participate on April 22 in the March for Science, a display of public support for the value of scientific research and the need for a continuing strong investment in it by the federal government.
Jeremiah Cowan’s Atlanta-centric Instagram account caught the attention of brands such as Apple and Gap. Now the studio art student is making a name for himself as one of the city’s top emerging photographers.
Joey Velazquez left Georgia State in 2000 with a grade point average under 1 point. He worked in the movies and even sold a screenplay, but came back to pursue his dream of becoming a lawyer. He’ll graduate this year summa cum laude from the Honors College and will head to law school in the fall.
If you want to get a soccer mom’s attention, bring up the subject of artificial turf. From concerns about concussions to cancer, parents have become alarmed by reports in the media of increased injuries and illnesses.
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