Marshaling Her Talent
A scientist at heart, Nitheyaa Shree is a campus standout. The senior neuroscience major is a Presidential Scholar, Barry Goldwater Scholar and Georgia State’s very first Marshall Scholar.
When older adults are viewed as cognitively or physically impaired, they perform below their abilities on tasks, according to research from Georgia State professor.
Mass vaccination efforts against COVID-19 allow Georgia State nursing students to be part of health care history and get much-needed vaccines into the arms of the most vulnerable members of society.
The university earned the honor from the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators for its virtual student support services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The drug targets a cell surface receptor that is expressed on cancer-associated fibroblasts, cells that generate collagen and other fibrous molecules and can be mobilized into service by a tumor.
The Honors College at Georgia State University has created a scholarship program to help two-year honors students at Perimeter College successfully transition to being four-year honors students on the university’s Atlanta Campus.
The film student and staff member shows off her dance moves while starring in Geico’s ‘Scoop, there it is!’ ad featuring ‘90s hip hop duo Tag Team.
The Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation has selected Georgia State University as a recipient of the Beckman Scholars Program Award, which creates research and mentoring opportunities for exceptional students majoring in biology, chemistry and neuroscience.
Early in the U.S. coronavirus pandemic, unemployment claims were largely driven by state shutdown orders and not by the virus, according to new research.