Andrea Morgan, an experienced trainer and Georgia State University student, helps hospitals and healthcare providers all over the country maximize their use of electronic medical records (EMR) systems. Now, Morgan is pursuing a master’s in health informatics degree. How does her work and the COVID-19 pandemic impact her goals and education?
Assistant Professor Jennifer Darling-Aduana co-authored a book entitled, “Equity and Quality in Digital Learning: Realizing the Promise in K-12 Education,” which outlines recent research findings and offers digital learning strategies and practices that schools can consider.
After working as a public defender and civil rights attorney, Nirej Sekhon started researching constitutional regulation of American criminal justice practices.
The Office of Educational Outreach presented its annual SingFest! program, adapting to a virtual format for its participants’ safety during the COVID-19 pandemic period. The one-day event brought together nearly one hundred students from various high schools in the Atlanta region.
While the world shifted toward remote work over the summer, Georgia State Law students built on their classroom experiences by participating in virtual externships.
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Byrdine F. Lewis College of Nursing and Health Professions