Over 100 participants joined the Office of Personal Management (OPM) at Georgia State at the “Find and Apply” workshop on Friday, October 5th in the Bennett Brown Commerce Building.
Participants heard first-hand from federal experts about how to write an effective résumé and how to navigate the federal employment online job portal. Glorimar… more »
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 »
The Arts at GSU is pleased to present the annual Arts Fair on Wednesday, October 17th from 11:00am to 1:30pm.
The fair will stretch from the Rialto to Woodruff Park and on to Gilmer Ave by Hurt Park. More than 40 student and downtown Atlanta arts and cultural groups will showcase their… more »
The Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference (PURC) began in 2002 and happens annually in October in Dahlberg Hall. The highlight is a student poster session in which undergraduates present their research projects. Projects span a range of areas in psychology and must include data analysis. Awards are given for the top overall poster and for the… more »
Interested in Philosophy? You should take advantage of Philosophy Rush Week sponsored by the Philosophers’ Guild.
Monday, Oct. 15th at noon – Ice Cream Social (Library Plaza) Tuesday, Oct. 16th at 7:15 p.m. – a screening of the film, ‘Mr. Death’ (University Ctr. 465) Thursday,Oct. 18th at 6:30 – Student v. Faculty Trivia Night (Student Ctr., Lucerne Suite)… more »
“I believe that an honors education should allow students to experience what William Blake referred to when he wrote, ‘In the universe, there are things that are known and things that are unknown, and in between, there are doors.’ Opening doors is the essence of an honors education. The college nurtures the development of intellectual judgment… more »
Etiquette seems like a skill that comes naturally, yet it’s often overlooked by students in the classroom and job search process. From dressing appropriately to properly expressing thanks, etiquette involves details that might seem small and insignificant but can make the difference between being offered a job and missing a valuable opportunity.
The GSU Anthropology department, with a collection of over 100,000 artifacts, the majority of which dates back to the late 19th and 20th century, has unique access to important knowledge about the history of life in the ATL.
Now, let me start from the beginning—well the beginning of GSU’s affiliation anyway. So back in… more »
Georgia State’s Department of Biology has a secret weapon that may help spark your interest in biology and science as a whole. This “secret weapon” is affectionately known as the Bio-Bus. The Bio-Bus is Georgia State’s own mobile laboratory that travels to numerous schools around the state to show students that biology and science can… more »
Managing citations and source documents can be frustrating and tedious. Zotero (a tool that I use) is a powerful and FREE program that does a number of things that will simplify your efforts to capture, organize and use references. Our excellent library is offering a workshop on zotero. I highly recommend it.