DeMarco Pittman made history when he became the first deaf African American student picked for Georgia State’s Homecoming Court.
Georgia State has announced the first group accepted into the Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund. Supported by the Marcus Foundation, the program provides entrepreneurs in the Georgia State community with aid to start and grow new ventures.
Georgia State University’s varsity esports program will host and compete against multiple college and university teams in the fourth PantherLAN Esports Tournament Saturday, Nov. 9, at Georgia State Stadium, marking the first time the stadium has hosted an esports tournament.
Longtime Georgia State associate professor Malinda Snow talks about competing on the epic quiz show “College Bowl” in 1966 and defeating Princeton University in one of the biggest upsets in trivia game history.
The 8,000-seat, multiuse facility near Georgia State Stadium will host Panthers’ basketball, commencement and other large events.
Georgia State University is ranked the second most innovative university and third for its commitment to undergraduate teaching in the 2020 Best Colleges edition of U.S. News & World Report magazine.
Georgia State University President Mark Becker has named Wendy Hensel, interim provost and senior vice president for academic affairs since July 1, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs.
Four Georgia State University students and a graduate are among those selected as fellowship recipients in the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, setting a university record.
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