Today’s employers value more than just a college degree. They want their new hires to have a broad range of skills and knowledge to solve complex problems. A new university-wide initiative aims to make students aware of tomorrow’s most sought-after career competencies as soon as they step on campus.
Women who had radiation to treat childhood brain tumors struggle more with basic life skills, according to a study by Georgia State University researchers.
Georgia State University welcomed this week 25 Mandela Washington Fellows, young professionals participating in the Young African Leaders Initiative.
Byrdine F. Lewis College of Nursing and Health Professions
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Education & Human Development
College of Law
College of The Arts
Institute of Biomedical Sciences
J. Mack Robinson College of Business
School of Public Health