The Institute of Public Health is partnering with the Digital Arts Entertainment Laboratory (DAEL) on the largest grant in Georgia State University history. The $19 million grant from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the National Institutes of Health will establish a program to study how people make decisions about tobacco.
The Department of Chemistry’s summer program for disadvantaged high school students has just been named the best in the nation.
In our fast-changing, technological world, hackers aren’t just after your computer. They’re moving on to new targets that rely on wireless technology.
Art student Yanique Norman is currently featured in the High Museum of Art.
GSU scientists work to map seizures in the brain.
As the daughter of Haitian immigrants who came to this country to build a better life, Melissa Joseph prepared early to get a high-paying job, even if it meant doing something she didn’t love. Then her acceptance letter from Georgia State University’s School of Music arrived, along with a generous financial aid package that covered all her expenses. In an instant, she went from economist to opera singer.
Jessica Glass held many jobs by her 35th birthday: dog groomer, beauty salon owner, and hairdresser, just to name a few. But it was her time as a pet supply store employee that helped change her career path.
Celebrated chemist will give the keynote speech at this weekend’s conference on DNA and RNA.
Ryan Brewster was always fascinated by the brain, an organ where even the slightest injury can have dire consequences.
Five years later, GSU professor Louis Ruprecht shares the juror’s view of the infamous case that rocked the Atlanta police department to its core.