Here’s a challenge: Travel to the other side of the world, to a country where you’ve never been before and don’t speak a word of the language, and see how far you get. That would be a daunting task even for an adult, but Jenny Pham had to do it at age six.
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Dr. Paul Ulrich grew up in a family that promoted discovery and curiosity, setting the stage for his future career in higher education and biological research. In 2000, he earned a bachelor of science degree in biology from Houghton College. Dr. Ulrich pursued graduate training at the University Of Delaware College Of Marine Studies, where… more »
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 »
Spring Break study abroad programs are unique study abroad experiences that open up the opportunity to study abroad to a wide variety of GSU students. Have you ever thought to study abroad sounded great but there’s a long list of reasons that it “just isn’t for me”? The program costs are too high? Can’t take that much time… 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 »
Health is not equally distributed. Despite significant improvements in the quality of health care available in the United States since the nineteenth century, certain groups suffer from disproportionately greater rates of disease and death. Many factors, including race, impact health outcomes. This course explores the frameworks used to explain racial/ethnic differences in health and moves… more »
Can photos of one black American man posed in the tradition of Greek art change the world’s views of beauty and blackness? How did the image of one man dunking a basketball become a commodity representing black athleticism and its relationship to capitalism across the globe? How did the exhibition of one woman’s body… more »
Two undergraduate computer science majors, Asveen Chhabra and Kellie Tucker, have won a Bergeron Women in Technology Leadership Scholarship.