DEAN'S NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE
The "Arts & Sciences Matters" podcast offers insights from our very own experts in the college, working on a range of social, cultural and scientific challenges. Kudos to Sandra Dwyer, winner of the 2019 American Philosophical Association (APA) Prize for Excellence in Philosophy Teaching. Many more awards, books, media appearances, grants and other accomplishments to check out.
A look back at Arts & Sciences accomplishments and news highlights from 2019. Regents' Professor Jenny Yang named National Academy of Inventors Fellow. Must-read faculty books of 2019.
Arts & Sciences is helping to lead Georgia State's efforts to increase faculty diversity. Latest research discoveries. Georgia State's Nu Rho Psi chapter awarded Chapter of the Year by the National Honors Society in Neuroscience.
Strategic plan progress report published on new website. Arts & Sciences launches research podcast. The Institute for Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies and the Department of Africana Studies commemorate 25 years.
Strategic plan implementation reaches one-year mark. GSUTV wins four Telly awards! Faculty and staff awards announced. Arts & Sciences faculty in the headlines. Nuclear physics group gets three major grants.
All about the College to Career initiative. Arts & Sciences announces recipients of the Dean’s Early Career Award. New books, grants and more.
Mission accomplished: Burning Bright campaign goals exceeded! The college announces new associate dean for research, innovation and graduate studies. New faculty publications to check out. Arts & Sciences faculty and students in the media.
Neuroscience Institute celebrates 10 years. Summer enrollment is back up! Kudos to faculty and staff awards recipients, new Distinguished University Professors, and recipients of several prestigious fellowships. Congrats to the Class of 2018!
Renewed focus on summer learning, kudos to graduate student Sushant Mahajan and others, international symposium on “The Post-Obama Ethos: The Transnational U.S. in the Aftermath of Hope” announced.
Implementation of the college’s new strategic plan begins, kudos to Todd Henry of Physics & Astronomy and others, 2018 Georgia Scientific Computing Symposium to be held on February 24.
The college’s new strategic plan, kudos to Ning Fang of Chemistry and others, Happy Holidays!
Come Back, Pounce Forward program announced, congratulations to Dean’s Early Career Award recipients, Nov 13-17 is International Education Week.
Preview of the Creative Media Industries Institute grand opening, 2017 Plummer Lecture, kudos to Pearl McHaney of English and others.
Beginning of year message for 2017-18, solar eclipse, kudos to Sharee Light of Psychology, Benoit Chassaing of Neuroscience, and others.
Dean’s Office reorganization announced, kudos to Andrea Scarantino of Philosophy and Neuroscience.
Strategic planning message, kudos to Diane Belcher of Applied Linguistics, Samantha Terrie Parks of Biology, and others.
Dean Rosen’s first newsletter, new books from Brett Esaki of Religious Studies, Stephen Dobranski of English, and others.