magazinemagazine News HubGeorgia State University MagazineVIEW ON ISSUU SUMMER 2020 ISSUEStories from the Georgia State community in the time of coronavirus. EXTRAS A VERY DIFFERENT DOWNTOWN Campus scenes from the quarantine Search More results... Generic filters Hidden label Exact matches only Hidden label Hidden label Hidden label Filter by Custom Post Type Hidden label Hidden label Content from mm/dd/yy Content to mm/dd/yy When faced with trying times, Georgia State has always adapted, overcome and emerged a better institution. READ MORE ... CLASS NOTESView More Class NotesTell Us What's Happening With You Tell Us What's Happening With You Submit Class Notes Name* First Last Email College/School* Andrew Young School of Policy Studies Byrdine F. Lewis College of Nursing and Health Professions College of Arts and Sciences College of Education & Human Development College of Law College of The Arts Institute of Biomedical Sciences J. Mack Robinson College of Business Perimeter College School of Public Health Major/Year* (e.g., B.A., 2010)NotePhotoFileCaptionCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms. Close https://news.gsu.edu/class_note/bennett-mccumber/ Bennett McCumber B.S. '05 Bennett McCumber (B.S. '05) recently accepted the position of Rockdale Career Academy CEO. McCumber previously served as an assistant principal at Rockdale Career Academy from 2017-18 and served in various positions... https://news.gsu.edu/class_note/david-cox/ David Cox MBA '96 David Cox (MBA '96) has been named leader of Perspecta's health promoter segment. Cox brings more than two decades of experience in health information technology program management. https://news.gsu.edu/class_note/john-chris-canter/ John "Chris" Canter B.A. '00 John "Chris" Canter (B.A. '00) has been promoted to assistant to the Campus President at Miami-Dade College, West Campus. With his food distribution business facing the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic, René Diaz still finds ways to serve customers and those in need. As told to Bobbin Wages Eastwood Tanya Washington Hicks has felt the impacts of the coronavirus first-hand. It will forever change the way she helps educate future generations of lawyers. As told to Tony Rehagen A nurse at Grady Memorial Hospital, Lauren Skinner is also pitching in to help keep her co-workers safe in the time of coronavirus. She's taken to designing and sewing N95 mask covers and leading a Facebook group to show others how to do it, too. As told to Michael Davis (B.A. '03) More Articles A second-year student in the College of Law, Stacy Marie Psomiadis (J.D. '21), a mother of six, has relied on her experience as a longtime nurse to find balance during the pandemic. As told to Michael Davis (B.A. '03) A political science major who graduated in May, Austin Birchell (B.A. '20) had an incredible college career — from meeting Bill Gates to hosting his own man-on-the-street interview series. As told to Michael Davis (B.A. ’03) When faced with trying times, Georgia State has always adapted, overcome and emerged a better institution. By Mark Becker A professor of epidemiology, Monica Swahn was closely monitoring the unfolding pandemic when her father fell ill with COVID-19. She remembers him here and discusses his death against the backdrop of various responses to the crisis. By Monica Swahn When the economic consequences of the pandemic disrupted his growing restaurant business, Matt Hinton (B.A. '97) did what he’s always done — found ways to adapt. As told to William Inman (M.H.P. ’16) LOAD MORE CLASS NOTES View More Class NotesTell Us What's Happening With You Tell Us What's Happening With You Subscribe to News (Science & Technology) - Salesforce Email PhoneThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.