Wrestling with the Legacy of Eugenics
Professor and legal historian Paul Lombardo on the continued legal and ethical significance of the American eugenics movement.
The program will equip graduates with the advanced analytical and managerial skills required to drive performance and effect positive change in the increasingly complex discipline.
The grant will fund a project that aims to address the growing need for a highly skilled national cybersecurity workforce.
The research revealed a positive and significant association between COVID traumatic stress and PTSD symptoms, suggesting that the pandemic is a unique traumatic stressor.
A first-of-its-kind study led by the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies found significant variability in state- and nationwide policies on end-of-life decision making in U.S. prisons.
Over the past decade, Georgia State’s research expenditures have increased 150 percent, making the university one of the nation’s fastest-growing research institutions.
Georgia State’s four-year-old varsity esports program is among the best in the nation, according to a recent ranking by the website BestColleges.
A medicinal chemist, Wang is focused on tackling pressing health issues, including cancer, inflammation, antibiotic resistance and rare diseases.
The pandemic has had a massive impact on violent crime. Here, three Georgia State criminology experts weigh in on why it’s happening — and what we can learn.