• Georgia State Receives $50,000 from Elton John AIDS Foundation for Work with Ex-OffendersThe Elton John AIDS Foundation has awarded the School of Public Health at Georgia State University a $50,000 grant to support training of ex-offenders to work with high-risk populations affected by HIV/AIDS. As a result, neighborhoods in metro Atlanta will be better able to provide vital care to those populations that are hardest to… more »
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  • Fiscal Year 2013 Annual Report Now OnlineGeorgia State University Foundation’s 2013 annual report is available online, and it’s got more than just numbers — it’s got real-world stories of how our donors’ generosity has changed students’ lives. Visit the annual report microsite at http://giving.gsu.edu/2013-annual-report/.
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Justin Hargesheimer: Doing Good Globally, and at GSU

The skills Justin Hargesheimer learned and the connections he made at the Andrew Young School for Policy Studies helped him land a job with Habitat for Humanity International. He’s already showing his gratitude by giving back to Georgia State.
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Ann-Marie Campbell Helps GSU Students Join Her at the Top

Georgia State helped Ann-Marie Campbell rise from Home Depot cashier to president of the company’s Southern Division. Now she’s endowed a scholarship to help future Georgia State students achieve their own dreams. 
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Alumni Lead the Way on Religious Studies Scholarship

Georgia State’s Department of Religious Studies has only been around a few years, but it’s already produced numerous successful alumni. Those graduates have taken it upon themselves to build the department’s first endowed scholarship.