Playing With Purpose
Georgia State Sport Clubs offer opportunity for community and competition.
The university's research community has set a new funding record for the third year in a row, with $224.72 million in grants earned in fiscal year 2023.
Georgia State’s College of Education & Human Development has partnered with Gwinnett County Public Schools to help 25 middle and high school teachers earn their Master of Education in STEM Education.
The Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute has selected a diverse group of founders and innovative companies for the fourth cohort of its Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund.
The Graduate School at Georgia State University saw significant rises in program standings in the latest U.S. News and World Report Best Graduate Schools rankings.
After two semesters in the U.K. as a Georgia State study-abroad student, singer-songwriter Lauren Morrow (B.A. ’09) came back determined to pursue music, and spent a decade as part of The Whiskey Gentry before moving to Nashville. With her first full-length solo album out now, she’s ready for the world to hear her voice.
Marking a return to the venue’s roots as an urban movie palace, the Rialto Center for the Arts at Georgia State University has announced the installation of a new digital film projector and cinema screen.