When he’s not reading for class or loading UPS trucks for work, Philosophy major Jim Nichols is thinking of ways to improve America’s political climate. As it turns out, some pretty important people think he’s pretty smart: his essay has just won the student writing contest hosted by The Nation, one of the longest-running political magazines on the left.
Two undergraduate computer science majors, Asveen Chhabra and Kellie Tucker, have won a Bergeron Women in Technology Leadership Scholarship.
Kay Beck has been awarded the prestigious Governor’s Award for the Arts and Humanities for her career-long contributions to Georgia’s film, media and digital arts industries.
Dr. Walter Wilczynski in the Center for Behavioral Neuroscience at Georgia State University has received a five-year $499,209 National Science Foundation grant to form a Research Coordination Network focused on advancing the field of sociogenomics.