After leading the Panthers in the big win over Tennessee, quarterback Dan Ellington (B.I.S. ’20) aims to get the team back to a bowl game while becoming the best player in the Sun Belt Conference.
More than 430 students from 53 academic departments presented their research projects during the 2019 Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference hosted by the Honors College at Georgia State University.
It’s been a little more than a year since Georgia State University kicked off construction to transform Turner Field into the Panthers’ new football stadium. And while the difference within the shiny metal gates is dramatic, beyond it, another remarkable rebirth is in the works.
ATLANTA—Georgia State University will name its football field at Georgia State Stadium in honor of Parker H. “Pete” Petit, chairman and chief executive officer of MiMedx Group, successful entrepreneur and long-time supporter of the university, who has made a $10 million gift to the university to support the Athletics program.
ATLANTA–Georgia State University, along with the Carter, Oakwood Development and Healey Weatherholtz joint venture, finalized the acquisition of the Turner Field site today (Jan. 5) and closed on the property.
In a presentation to the state Board of Regents, Georgia State officials showed off what the stadium could look like as the new home for Panthers football. The project, to be completed in multiple phases, will create a new seating bowl initially with 23,000 seats with future plans for 10,000 additional seats. The school also is seeking naming rights partners.
ATLANTA–The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia today (Nov. 9) approved Georgia State University’s purchase of Turner Field from the Georgia State Foundation.
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