Author Renée Watson to Speak at Lecture on Diversity and Justice in Children’s Literature
Award-winning author Renée Watson will deliver the third annual Lecture on Diversity and Justice in Children’s Literature on Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 1 p.m. in Georgia State University’s College of Education & Human Development, room 1030.
Alumnus Micah Stansell and Wife Whitney Reveal Their Landmark Hapeville Arts Commission
Micah (M.F.A. ’09) and Whitney Stansell — winners of a $45,000 commission — transform a pedestrian bridge in Hapeville into a public art experience to promote Atlanta’s Southside arts scene.
Interim Dean Named for Lewis College
Dr. Huanbiao Mo has been named interim dean of the Byrdine F. Lewis College of Nursing and Health Professions; effective February 1, 2019.
Software To Identify Islamic State Propaganda Developed By Georgia State Researcher, Collaborators
The software could make it easier for websites and social media channels to flag and remove propaganda videos created by the Islamic State or Da’esh.
Fiscal Research Center Projects Mostly Robust 2019 for Georgia’s Economic Landscape
Georgia State University’s Fiscal Research Center has released the annual projection for Georgia’s Economic Landscape in 2019.
Ph.D. Candidate Jake Dole Receives the Provost’s Dissertation Fellowship
School of Film, Media & Theatre Ph.D. candidate Jake Dole is a 2019 recipient of the Provost’s Dissertation Fellowship.
Classes Begin Jan. 14. Are You Ready?
Thousands of students will begin classes Jan. 14 at Georgia State University’s Perimeter College. Here’s a checklist to see if you are ready.
Sims Discovers Passion for Special Education Through Experiences at Georgia State
Since participating in the Early College program, Porsche Sims has enrolled in the College of Education & Human Development and discovered her passion for working with children with special needs.
Early College Alumnus Reflects on Science of Learning
Interdisciplinary studies undergraduate student Lamonta Parker reflects on the science of learning, his time in the Early College program, and the advice he’d give prospective Early College and Georgia State students.