The Georgia State University Singers have won third place in the Mixed Chorus Division at the Florilège Vocal de Tours International Choral Song Competition in Tours, France.
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Learning Jonathan Gayles announces that 16 students have been selected as new members of the College of Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Advisory Board:
Margracious Brown (Biology) Scott Chilton (Political Science) Michelle Eno (English) Brittany Frazier (Chemistry) Neil Gillette (Biology and History) Travon Haynes (Chemistry) Shakerra Henry (Psychology) John Hill (History)… more »
Undergraduate Geology students in GSU’s Department of Geosciences have a tough but rewarding assignment: field school. As part of the completion of their degree, Geology students are required to take GEOL 4102 Basic Field Geology and GEOL 4121 Advanced Field Geology.
Combined, the two classes make up a 6 week long field school based in… more »
A professor, a student and an alumnus from the College of Arts and Sciences have received awards in recognition of their work in the community and abroad.
Deborah Bush knew she was filming great underwater footage of her classmate Morgan Sjoblom last fall. What she didn’t realize was that she was also filming her dying.
I am excited to invite applications for the second cohort of Housing Faculty Fellows (HFFs). The HFF pilot is in its second year and is led by undergraduate learning in the College of Arts and Sciences and GSU University Housing. The 2012-2013 inaugural year was successful thanks largely to the committed efforts of… more »
Cleon C. Arrington knew the burdens of being a pioneer. As a senior research chemist with Monsanto in the 1960s, he was constantly reminded how few African-Americans there were in his field.
Another INCREDIBLE recognition celebration! In fact, nearly 600 students participated – a record number. Along with the many family members and friends that attended throughout the day, we celebrate our graduates and remain inspired by that which they have achieved and, more importantly, that which they WILL achieve. Many thanks to our outstanding staff that… more »
We are very pleased to announce that Amber Keller, one of our outstanding graduating geography majors, has accepted a high-profile GIS internship position with the Association County Commissioners of Georgia. She will use GIS on a daily basis this summer to work with organizations and officials across the state to influence policy decisions. Congratulations to… more »