Langdale Foundation funds scholarships to honor friends of former GSU president Gift supports university-wide funding for this generation
When Georgia State University President Noah N. Langdale Jr. traveled to give memorable speeches on behalf of the institution, his colleague William S. “Bill” Patrick (B.B.A., 1956, Ph.D. 1975) was usually nearby, serving as his right… more »
Four employees receive GSU Staff Scholarships for education
President Becker recognizes efforts to pursue degrees
Four Georgia State University staff members got a financial boost this month for their personal pursuit of further education when GSU’s Staff Council awarded them scholarships.
Funded through the GSU Foundation, the GSU Staff Scholarships will help these employees… more »
Zeist Foundation Grants $75,000 to GSU Birth Through Five Teacher Education Program
Funding helps meet Blank Foundation’s challenge to develop teachers through tech colleges
Atlanta-based the Zeist Foundation recently awarded $75,000 to Georgia State University to help prepare students from local technical colleges to teach the state’s youngest children.
The gift will benefit… more »
GSU Foundation supports MLK Series and Convocation
Crim Center staff member Eshé Collins receives MLK Torch of Peace Award
The life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. occupies a prominent spotlight at Georgia State University this month with events honoring the people on campus whose work reflects what King stood for.
The GSU… more »
GSU Honors College boosted by first dean, key gifts
Veteran faculty collaborate to support rising juniors who are Honors students in GSU’s newest college
The first Rhodes Scholar from Georgia State University will most likely come out of the new Honors College, which is celebrating the arrival of its first dean, Larry Berman,… more »
A path to travel and study how language forms
Theresa Nash Bernstein Scholarship funding honors globe-trotting mother of GSU Regents Professor Lauren Adamson
Samantha Anderson came to Georgia State University to study psycholinguistics in the College of Arts and Sciences, the science of how the brain processes language. She wondered how the structure… more »
Atlanta Hawks Foundation grants $50,000 to GSU for scholarships Program will assist incoming first-year students
The Atlanta Hawks Foundation has awarded a five-year, $50,000 grant to Georgia State University freshmen who have demonstrated a commitment to education and community service.
Reflecting the passion that the National Basketball Association and its players have for… more »
Barefoot basketball and beyond, Panther sports tip off philanthropy
Through Panther Athletic Club, Joe Reinkemeyer finds reason to give
For Joe Reinkemeyer (B.B.A., 1981, M. Tx., 1987), participating at Georgia State – as a student, alumnus, leader and donor – always starts with asking, “Why?”
Answering that question led him to join the Panther… more »
GSU senior rewarded for extensive work experience
With the Vicki York Fair Scholarship, Kiana Nicholas furthers public relations career by studying abroad The resume of Georgia State University senior Kiana Nicholas is already piled high with experience. She has worked for the U.S. Census Bureau, Atlanta United Way (which asked her back – twice), for… more »
GSU’s Welch School artists thrilled by international attention
Exhibit of “pre-emergent” at Aqua11 Art Miami spotlights work from GSU graduate studio
Near the middle of blue and green lies the color aqua, and masters of fine arts students from Georgia State University’s Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design found themselves in… more »