Winter 2019Winter 2019 Georgia State University MAGAZINE Georgia State University MAGAZINE WINTER 2019 ISSUE The deadly childhood disease known as rotavirus produces a staggering annual death toll, but Georgia State researchers have just discovered a way to fight it — with bacteria. By Jennifer Rainey Marquez An immigrant born in the wake of the Vietnam war, Mai Duong (B.A.S. ’08) has worked her way back to Georgia State as the chef and co-owner of a unique lunchtime spot on campus a decade after graduating. By Matt Nixon An improbable journey led Omar Rodriguez (B.S. ’14) to Georgia State, introducing him along the way to not only his bride-to-be, Meredith Steinmetz (M.P.A. ’16), but also a lifelong mentor in Honors College Dean Larry Berman — the officiant of the couple’s wedding. By Matt Nixon Winner of the 2019 Sun Belt Cross-Country Championship, runner Lotte Meyberg (B.S. ’21) shines on and off the trail. By Austin Birchell (B.A. '20) As assistant vice president of ethics, advanced care planning and spiritual health for WellStar Health System, Jason Lesandrini (M.A. ‘06) helps patients navigate difficult situations for morally optimal outcomes. By Randy Trammell EXTRAS 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 Georgia State has shown it’s possible for universities to eliminate achievement gaps based on race, ethnicity and income, and it’s time for the rest of nation to follow. 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)NotePhotoFileCaptionEmailThis 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/elise-greene-margol/ Elise Greene Margol M.S. '94 Elise Greene Margol (M.S. '94) recently joined TiER1 Performance Solutions in the Atlanta office as a Senior Solutions Consultant. Margol earned her M.S. in Human Resource Development at Georgia State in 1994.