Colton Brown: Guiding the Prospective View of GSU

GSU campus tour guides influential during college decision season Scholarship recipient Colton Brown expects a busy April guiding high school prospects on tours like the one that wowed him

Thousands of high school students and their family members will descend on Georgia State University during the first full week of April, taking advantage of their… more »

World Affairs Council of Atlanta Sets Stage for Engaging and Promoting Global Issues

World Affairs Council of Atlanta sets stage for engaging and promoting global issues GSU-based nonprofit connects students and alumni with international leaders, diplomats and expertise

Atlanta has long touted itself as a center of international business, and its intellectual hub is becoming the World Affairs Council of Atlanta based at Georgia State University’s J. Mack… more »

Kaiser Permanente: Addressing Shortage of Nurses

Kaiser Permanente’s wide funding helps Georgia State nurses and faculty thrive

Since 2005, healthcare delivery system has funded scholarships and more to answer state’s critical shortage of health care professionals


To bolster the front line of community health care, Kaiser Permanente has given almost $800,000 to Georgia State University to support nursing education –… more »

GSU Honors College Courts Top Students in Georgia and Beyond

GSU Honors College courts top students in Georgia and beyond Scholarship Day the last chance for finalists to interview and impress

Georgia State opened its doors to 31 high school seniors vying for its top merit scholarships and further opportunities when they arrive as freshmen this fall.

Faculty across the university interviewed these top… more »

Margaret L. Andersen: Encouraging Graduate Students and Social Change

From an era of few women professors, GSU alumna and donor Margaret Andersen makes diversity her life’s work

A chance opportunity in the late 1960s leads to research, leadership and funding GSU sociology students

Margaret “Maggie” Andersen was the first person in her family to go to college, and when she enrolled at Georgia… more »