Supporting a busy tax season
After unique GSU learning experiences, new double alumna Winifred Akande launches global accounting career Overlooking downtown Atlanta from her 11th floor office, 23-year-old Winifred “Wini” Akande is heading into her first federal tax deadline with clients from around the world.
After graduating in December with her Master of Taxation degree… more »
Super fan Nick Bray takes GSU passion to the next level
GSU junior joins the Panther Athletic Club as a way to show even more spirit
After painting his torso bright blue, camping out all night on Decatur Street, cheering on his feet nonstop through every Georgia State University basketball game and traveling to their… more »
Mapping Business Success
Alumni donors Ted and Dawn Shields credit GSU for helping their telecom startup thrive
Ted and Dawn Shields met and married while working in a field that they expected would take care of them for life – telecommunications.
But when AT&T broke up in 1984 and the Internet took off, the… more »
Welch gift to GSU develops greater impact
Bequest of centenarian photography student supports new GSU art and design initiatives
Barely two years since 103-year-old photography student Ernest G. Welch passed away, his multimillion dollar bequest is developing new art and design perspectives for Georgia State University faculty and students.
The academic and artistic… more »
Rialto’s Jazz for Kids program nurtured by local family
Gift of $50,000 reflects Stuart and Eulene Murray’s support of arts in Atlanta
An Atlanta family with a great love for the arts recently gave $50,000 to spark that interest in children and teenagers through the Jazz for Kids program at the Rialto… more »
Robinson College of Business connects alumni donors
Smith, Crawford honor impact of GSU education with successful challenge grants
The initial challenge for T. Dallas Smith was staying enrolled at Georgia State University. He was already making a living in commercial real estate in 1983 and wore a suit to Professor David… more »