A Georgia State University researcher, in collaboration with the Winship Cancer Institute, has received a four-year, $792,000 Research Scholar Grant from the American Cancer Society to fight cancers using a combination of therapies.
Charlie Garnett Benson, assistant professor in the Department of Biology at Georgia State and the principal investigator on the grant, is… more »
Provost Risa Palm has released the following statement:
Dr. William Long has announced that he will step down from the deanship of the College of Arts and Sciences at the end of his five-year term, in June 2016. He has been a tremendous advocate for Georgia State’s highly diverse and talented students, faculty, staff, and… more »
National attention is turning to the signature, course-based undergraduate research experiences (CUREs) being developed in GSU STEM departments. The American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) recently interviewed Dr. Paul Ulrich, Senior Lecturer in Biology, regarding his efforts to provide greater opportunity to undergraduates via CUREs.
In the Department of Biology, Dr. Ulrich has… more »
William Pate describes his college years as a traditional experience at a non-traditional university. He went to school in the day and worked at night. What he learned along the way, however, was worth much more than the sleepless nights. Pate learned how to navigate through life, he said. For these lessons and more, he… more »
Biology student Da’Quan Craven walked into his College of Arts and Sciences video interview with a big grin on his face, reluctant to take his hood off.
After a nudge from the videographer, he slowly removed the hood from his head. The catch: Craven’s hair—adorned with a fresh coat of platinum blonde hair dye.
Laughter… more »
Chemistry major Jasmine Choi has been selected to receive the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study in South Korea at Yonsei University.
Choi is one of only roughly 800 Gilman scholars from 355 universities across the United States selected to receive the award. Each recipient will receive up to $5,000 to apply towards study… more »