Building a Polyglot World
Georgia State is leading the way in training teachers for dual-language classrooms.
Respiratory syncytial virus sends thousands to the hospital every year and can be fatal for the very young and old — but there is no treatment. Professor Richard Plemper is working to change that.
Leaking from a faulty furnace or fireplace, carbon monoxide gas can kill. But scientists are finding that — given in small, targeted doses — it also has the power to treat illnesses ranging from cancer to sickle cell disease to traumatic brain injury. How one Georgia State professor is working to unleash the molecule’s healing benefits.
In a new book, law professor Eric Segall examines the contentious doctrine of “originalism” — the interpretation of the U.S. Constitution that claims to follow the document’s original meaning — and how it’s evolved from judicial theory to political weapon.
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