After hearing his sister recite her mnemonics for the first 20 elements of the periodic table over and over again, Brandford was curious to know everything about these so-called elements. As a fourth grader at Akuse International School in Ghana, he was anxious as to when he could study the elements and all the fascinating… more »
Moving to the United States has changed Khoa’s life. One of his most memorable experiences was participating in the oath ceremony to become a citizen of the U.S. He recalls the flag was flapping in the wind while standing side by side with fellow citizens-to-be, he was proud to become an American. He credits his… more »
As a senior chemistry major from Norcross, GA, Johnny Truong remembers how he never seriously considered a career in science until his early years in high school. However, after taking a high school chemistry course, he changed his mind on the matter. “Something about chemistry resonated with me so I gave it a chance.”
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GEOS 6005: Geology of Georgia
Based on the idea that the best introduction to geological materials and processes is to observe them directly in their “natural setting”, Geology of Georgia takes students out of the classroom and into the outdoors. Students will spend time camping, hiking, and trying to figure out how our planet works.
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AL 2021: Introduction to English Linguistics
The department of Applied Linguistics has created a new sophomore level course to help prepare students for more advanced upper level work. The curriculum for this new course includes a basic introduction to the structure of the English language, the history of English, and variation in English usage. The… more »
The Modern & Classical Languages Film Series and the French Ciné Club presents 2 Days in Paris.
Thursday, January 23rd
5:00pm to 7:00 pm
100 Auburn Auditorium
Free refreshments will be served and attendees will have the opportunity to win prizes during trivia!
Each fall and spring semesters, the GSU College of Arts and Sciences holds Recognition Celebrations for graduating bachelor’s and master’s students. The fall event was held on Tuesday, December 17, 2013, in the GSU Student Center.