Carol Winkler, Georgia State University’s Associate Dean for Humanities, co-directs the national Debate Project (NDP) with Melissa Wade of Emory University. The purpose of the NDP, according to Winkler, is to help “all children find their voice so they may contribute to society.” The project’s mission is to reach urban middle and public high-school… more »
Associate Professor Stan Anderson (left), graduate director and associate professor for graphic design, carries the torch each year towards professional project opportunities for his graphic art students. At this very moment our fellow colleagues, some of his Senior Designers, are invested in a project with NBC Universal in Los Angeles.
October 19, 2012 Many science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) students find making their first research poster stressful. Many more advanced STEM students say that they do not have enough opportunities to present their research orally. In order to address both of these issues, we are excited to announce the 1st Annual GSU STEM Research… more »
Our Women’s Studies Institute brings to GSU an exciting 2012-2013 Speakers Series. The theme of the series is “Progressive Cool, Inc.: The Commodification of Progressive Politics.” If you know anything about our Women’s Studies Institute, you know that their speakers series are always outstanding.
Students and faculty may benefit from this article by Jeff Karon, University of South Florida (my Ph.D. alma mater). In “A Positive Solution for Plagiarism” he offers an interesting approach to teaching students about plagiarism and its inherent weaknesses. As a result of this approach, Karon tells us that
The Department of Physics & Astronomy at GSU is committed to the goal of producing more highly qualified physics teachers. To do that the department has created two new pathways to teacher certification in physics at GSU, an Education concentration within the BS in Physics degree and a five year BS/MAT dual degree… more »
We are fortunate to have three talented journalism majors sharing their skills with us. As this is a truly volunteer effort on their behalf, we are indebted to them for their support of the blog. So take a moment and meet Ashley, Natalie and Colin, our inaugural undergraduate bloggers. Interested in joining this effort? Please… more »
The department of African-American Studies has scheduled its annual undergraduate advising workshop for Wednesday, September 19 at noon. The location is GCB 515. Majors and minors can check on their status while others can learn more about the discipline of African-American Studies and GSU’s dynamic department. For more information,
September 24, 2012 from 9:00am-4:00pm in the Student Center Ballroom. The College of Arts and Sciences is excited to announce that the Tour for Diversity in Medicine (TDM) has selected GSU as one of the inaugural stops on their national tour. According to TDM’s press release, TDM is an ambitious program designed to increase… more »