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GSU Philosophy Students Compete in Ethics Bowl

A group of eleven students from Dr. Andrew I. Cohen’s Ethics and Contemporary Public Policy class traveled to Clearwater, Florida for the 2012 Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl. This annual competition features teams from throughout the southeast that spend weeks researching and practicing analysis of 15 cases dealing with issues in practical ethics and public policy. … more »

GSU Philosophy Students Compete in Ethics Bowl

A group of eleven students from Dr. Andrew I. Cohen’s Ethics and Contemporary Public Policy class traveled to Clearwater, Florida for the 2012 Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl. This annual competition features teams from throughout the southeast that spend weeks researching and practicing analysis of 15 cases dealing with issues in practical ethics and public policy. … more »

Fall BFA Exhibition!

Posted On November 30, 2012
Categories Events

Welch School of Art & Design presents the 2012 Fall BFA Exhibition

Established in 1970, the Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design Gallery is the most dynamic visual arts space in downtown Atlanta.  The Gallery proudly celebrates the work of current GSU Bachelor of Fine Arts students from numerous disciplines… more »

Adopt-a-Grandparent!

Posted On November 19, 2012
Categories Student Outreach

Georgia State University’s Gerontology Institute gives undergraduate students the opportunity to Adopt-a-Grandparent through a program that only asks an hour of ones time each week.

Students who volunteer will be paired up with an elderly resident of G. Rhodes Health and Rehab. Stephen Duong, a GSU exercise science grad student and the… more »

Keeping your private life private with social media tips

Posted On October 22, 2012
Categories Resources

Great article by Marissa Medansky, USA TODAY Collegiate Correspondent. Read it carefully and take advantage of the resources that she offers. Here’s an excerpt for you:

“It’s easy to dismiss silly photographs and uncouth status updates as harmless fun. Yet, according to various national surveys, failing to effectively monitor your online persona can lead… more »