By Michael Davis (B.A. ’03)
The National Institute for Student Success is showing that in higher education, there is, indeed, a better way.
By Ray Glier
The past sports season has been the best in Georgia State history, and the future is looking bright for Panther athletics.
By Torie Robinette Durham
Six Afghan refugees studying at the Asian University for Women caught one of the final flights out of Kabul after it fell to Taliban fighters. Now they’re restarting their college careers — and their lives — at Georgia State.
By Michael Davis (B.A. '03)
Far from the typical classroom experience, a number of Georgia State’s undergraduate and graduate courses offer students unexpected lessons — sometimes in unexpected places.
Jeffrey Johnson's work has ranged from traffic planning for Super Bowl LIII to assessing how the city can best respond to needed sidewalk repairs.
Interview by Tony Mangle
After graduating in 2018, film production alumnus Camilo Diaz worked on numerous film projects, co-founded CineAstra, and soon landed a plum project as cinematographer for "Level 34,” a short sci-fi thriller by Make-A-Wish recipient and 17-year-old filmmaker Zach Breder.