Abbas Barzegar of Religious Studies traveled to Turkey last year to explore the Syrian refugee crisis and the operations of faith-based non-governmental organizations (NGO) in… more »
Recent changes to the Federal Pell Grant Program have made it harder for students who receive these grants to study abroad during the summer, because… more »
The College of Arts and Sciences has added a new program to its roster: The International Exchange Student Buddy Program. Headed by Director of International… more »
“I pity the fool who don’t study abroad,” says Mr. T, the ‘80s icon glaring from the sign on Rashid Naim’s door in the… more »
For the first time, Georgia State University students can experience academic life in India.
“This is a part of the world that students have a… more »
The College of Arts and Sciences is about to get even more global, thanks to the university’s Developing External Educational Partnerships, or DEEP program. The… more »
It’s not easy to get a student visa to go to Britain – for example, applicants have to show that they already have the money… more »
Note: This is the second of a two-part feature on the “Field School in Applied Anthropology” study abroad program.
Jessica Glass held many… more »
Professor Pam Longobardi has been awarded the $50,000 Hudgens Prize, one of the largest art awards in the nation. In addition to the cash award,… more »
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