Are We Teaching Kids to Write All Wrong?
Most U.S. students struggle to meet grade-level writing standards. Georgia State education researcher Cynthia Puranik is working to improve children’s performance on the page.
Jonathan Lochamy, associate professor at Georgia State University’s Perimeter College, is donating one of his kidneys to a former high school classmate.
In 1956, three African American women — Barbara Pace Hunt, Myra Payne Elliott and Iris Mae Welch — sued to desegregate Georgia State and won. Now the nation’s leading institution in conferring degrees to African American students, Georgia State honors the struggle of these civil rights pioneers.
With Kell Hall out of the way, construction crews are nearing completion on the first phase of the greenway, which will become Georgia State’s signature gathering space at the center of the Atlanta Campus.
Twelve Perimeter College students have been named semifinalists for the national Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, a record for the college.
Students attending Georgia State University’s Perimeter College successfully transfer to four-year degree programs at dramatically higher rates than students at other two-year colleges around the nation, according to a new ranking by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
The Georgia State University College of Education & Human Development’s online master’s degree programs have been ranked No. 35 in the country in the U.S. News & World Report 2020 Best Online Education Programs rankings released on Jan. 14.
Georgia State University student Laura Das Neves learned how to balance motherhood, overcome depression and succeed in biology classes on her way to graduation.
Tiffany Harris says she couldn’t have completed her nursing degree without the help of friends and the words of her 12-year-old daughter Teryn, who died in July.
Alexander Kim hopes to share his love of paleontology and anthropology with a wider audience.
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