GSU receives $1.3 million from The Coca-Cola Foundation
Gift to support first-generation scholars and study abroad
The Coca-Cola Foundation has awarded $1.3 million to Georgia State University to recruit, retain and graduate students who are first in their families to attend college, and to equip business students for leadership in global markets through study abroad.
A dedicated performer from an early age, Florence Kopleff auditioned as a contralto for well-known conductor Robert Shaw during her senior year of college, and as a result became a soloist with the Grammy-winning Robert Shaw Chorale. She went on to build a national reputation as a soloist while performing… more »
Classical music, opera season boosted by Foundation funding
Kopleff Scholars, Adams Professor of Opera stage holiday performances
Key voices and vision behind Georgia State University’s season of holiday music and opera – which continues this week with performances of “Amahl and the Night Visitors” – belong to singers and a director funded through the GSU… more »
Networking, chalk talks scheduled before eight home games
Georgia State Basketball debuted with a more up-tempo style under new coach Ron Hunter, and donors to the Panther Athletic Club can pick up perks this season too.
The first pre-game event for PAC donors is set for… more »
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