Georgia State Gives Out First $1K Vaccine Prizes
Fifty fully vaccinated members of the Georgia State community recently won $1,000 in the university’s first vaccine raffle, a thank you to faculty, staff and students for getting vaccinated.
In spring 2023, Luse will lead a class of select students across disciplines and across colleges working on-camera and off as part of the cast and crew of a film he co-wrote with Georgia State screenwriting students.
Using the grant, Georgia State will establish the Center for Dynamic Multiscale and Multimodal Brain Mapping Over the Lifespan (D-MAP).
Georgia State University was highlighted in a press briefing Oct. 6 by the White House COVID-19 response team, which recognized the university’s contribution to groundbreaking research that led to the development of molnupiravir.
The CDC Foundation and Georgia State University are creating a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Global Tobacco Research.
A new antiviral drug tested in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State against influenza virus and SARS-CoV-2 has been recommended for emergency use authorization to treat COVID-19 in the United States by pharmaceutical companies that completed a Phase 3 clinical trial and achieved promising results.
The American Prize has awarded top honors this year to Georgia State students and faculty in Choral Performance, Composition and Choral Conducting.
Opened in August in time for the teams to host their first exhibition matches of the season, Georgia State soccer’s new home is the renovated former practice field of the Panthers football team.
The grant funds the project “Innovative Mentoring Plus Academic Success Coaching Transforms Success” (IMPACTS), which targets African American males enrolled in introductory mathematics courses.