Georgia State Announces Ignite Award Winners
The inaugural Ignite awards honor contributions to research, scholarship and creative activity.
Krause recently joined Georgia State as a professor in the Neuroscience Institute and core member of the Center for Neuroinflammation and Cardiometabolic Diseases.
The university's research community has set a new funding record for the third year in a row, with $224.72 million in grants earned in fiscal year 2023.
An international team of researchers has identified brain pattern changes connected to schizophrenia risk using a new hybrid, data-driven method.
The grants support early stage research initiatives by faculty members across the university.
The RFS Award in Science celebrates the work of women and minorities in the life sciences.
The National Council of University Research Administrators, Region III, celebrates Kay Gilstrap for distinguished service.
Over spring break 2023, 44 GSU Law students participated in Alternative Spring Break service trips all over the state of Georgia. Having been selected through an application process earlier in the spring semester, our four different groups headed out on Sunday, March 12th to begin their week-long dive into housing instability, domestic violence prevention, community economic development, or rural justice.