Arts & Sciences Grads Honored As 40 Under 40
Eleven College of Arts & Sciences alumni are among the honorees named by the Georgia State University Alumni Association to its 2019 class of distinguished alumni under the age of 40.
Two of nine national awards granted by the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance this year recognized the people and programs of Georgia State University.
Georgia State University’s Urban Studies Institute welcomed over 100 presenters to its first Comparative Urbanism: Global Perspectives Conference.
Two Georgia State University Honors College students are among the 395 American undergraduates from 152 colleges and universities selected to receive the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to student or intern abroad during the summer of 2019.
The Andrew Young School’s Dean’s Council has added three new members including Greg Dozier, Ray Bishop and David Sjoquist.
Zora Neale Hurston is one ‘lost Southern voice’ to be featured at Georgia State University Perimeter College literary festival April 12-13.
The U.S. News & World Report has named the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies one of the top 25 graduate schools for Public Affairs in 2020.
Four graduates of the Honors College at Georgia State University are recipients of the university’s Alumni Association 40 Under 40 award, which recognizes the most influential and innovative alumni who are younger than 40.
Veronica Biggins, trailblazing corporate executive, presidential appointee, community leader and Georgia State University alumna (M.Ed. ’70), encouraged WomenLead students and alumni to “know what you believe in and stand by it” in an address at the inaugural induction ceremony for the undergraduate leadership program.