Three years ago, photography Professor Nancy Floyd presented Jonathan Gayles, associate dean for undergraduate learning, with an idea to take her students to a place where they could not only learn lessons in a classroom but also experience the lessons for themselves.
From that initial meeting with Gayles, the College of Arts and Sciences domestic… more »
Arts and Sciences students will soon be able to earn six credit hours in the time that it would normally take to earn three thanks to a new pilot program called Integrative Course Pairing set to launch in the spring.
“If a student is able to take two or three classes like this during his… more »
WST 4910/AAS 4970, Special Topics: Gender and Sexuality in the African Diaspora
How might we (re) theorize gender and sexuality if we use the African Diaspora as our point of departure? During this course we will think about the kinds of conceptual tools: questions, methods, theories, histories, geographies, time periods, and social/cultural movements that we… more »
Spotlight on New Courses is a new feature on the blog that highlights courses for undergraduates that have never been offered before at GSU.
PHOT 3050, Selected Topics: Documentary Photography provides students with an intensive course of practical, hands-on research of the Serenbe Community south of Atlanta. The course is designed to strengthen investigative skills… more »
On March 22-29, 2014 the Atlanta Science Festival will give visitors of all ages the opportunity to explore the science and technology in our region and to discover how science is connected to all parts of our lives. NEUR 4980 (Undergraduate Neuroscience Research) will provide students with
GERO 2000: Introduction to Gerontology!
GERO 2000 is an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary introductory course for undergraduates interested in learning about human aging. Drawing on diverse perspectives including sociology, psychology, political science, biology and health professions, this class identifies basic components of human aging in the United States.