Georgia State Announces Ignite Award Winners
The inaugural Ignite awards honor contributions to research, scholarship and creative activity.
Manning was appointed to the role in an interim capacity last March and has provided strong, continued leadership of the university’s Office of International Initiatives.
Denning, also a Distinguished University Professor, has led the university’s research community to historic growth and new funding records for the past three years.
Georgia State grant-funded internship program prepares graduate students for career options in research administration through research, mentoring and capstone projects.
The four-year NSF grant-funded program, which launches in January 2024, is designed to encourage students to try basic research with the idea of progressing to more sophisticated research in the future.
In a short period of time, the GSU SPH has grown in both size and stature. The school is now ranked among the nation's top 25 among public institutions.
Research funding in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies grew by 40.3 percent year-over-year, setting a new record of $53.2 million in total awards for fiscal year 2023.
Cathy Yang Liu has been named the Michael and Enid Mescon Endowed Chair in Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies.