Spotlight on New Courses- WST 4910/AAS 4970, Special Topics: Gender and Sexuality in the African Diaspora

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- PHOT 3050, Selected Topics: Documentary Photography

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 »

Electronic Writing & Publishing Student Presentations

All are invited to join Professor Ashley J. Holmes and her English 3120: Electronic Writing & Publishing students as they present their final projects on Wednesday, December 11th from 11 AM to 1 PM. The presentations will be held in the Troy Moore Library on the 9th floor of Langdale Hall.

Students will present websites,… more »

GSU Students Compete in Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl

Posted On December 4, 2013
Categories Uncategorized

Georgia State University fielded a team to compete in the annual Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl tournament in Clearwater, Florida on November 9, 2013. The Ethics Bowl features many schools in a collaborative competition. Students research and prepare to discuss the ethical issues in dozen topical cases, ranging from prayer in public schools, the ethics of… more »

Dual Degree Programs at GSU

Posted On November 27, 2013
Categories Academic Programs

Georgia State University now offers a variety of dual undergraduate/graduate degree programs that provide highly talented and qualified students with the opportunity to complete both the bachelor’s and master’s degree in as short a period as five years.  In order to qualify, bachelor students who have earned at least 30 hours of credit at Georgia… more »

Long-Running Political Magazine The Nation Honors GSU Student

Posted On October 7, 2013 by Sarah Gilbreath
Categories Philosophy

When he’s not reading for class or loading UPS trucks for work, Philosophy major Jim Nichols is thinking of ways to improve America’s political climate. As it turns out, some pretty important people think he’s pretty smart: his essay has just won the student writing contest hosted by The Nation, one of the longest-running political magazines on the left.