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Ken Bernhardt: Honoring a 30-year Link to Chick-fil-A

‘Giv a skolarship’ to honor 30 years with Chick-fil-A GSU professor marks three decades of work with Atlanta-based restaurant chain by endowing new marketing scholarship

Way before cows spelled poorly on billboards and other ads, Chick-fil-A sold almost exclusively through mall locations. To find out why sales were mixed, the Atlanta-based company turned to marketing… more »

Katy Maddux: Taking a Stand as a Presidential Scholar

Raised and educated at GSU to take a stand

Like her mother, Katy Maddux will graduate from GSU with a passion for helping the powerless

When Presidential Scholar Katy Maddux receives her Georgia State University diploma on May 6, she will come full circle from when her mother Carole (B.I.S., 1991) dropped her off… more »

‘Giv a Skolarship’ to Honor 30 years with Chick-fil-A

‘Giv a skolarship’ to honor 30 years with Chick-fil-A GSU professor marks three decades of work with Atlanta-based restaurant chain by endowing new marketing scholarship

Way before cows spelled poorly on billboards and other ads, Chick-fil-A sold almost exclusively through mall locations. To find out why sales were mixed, the Atlanta-based company turned to marketing… more »

Latino Leadership Pipeline Finalists Honored on Campus

Latino Leadership Pipeline Finalists honored on campus

Goizueta Foundation funds 25 scholarships for future global leaders

 

Leadership at Hiram High School looks like Adam Reyes, the captain of the marching band’s drumline. At Providence Christian Academy in Lilburn, it’s Michael Turner, the captain of the tennis team. At Alpharetta High School, it’s Alisa Gonzalez’s… more »

Amanda G. Hyatt: Carrying on Compassion Leadership

GSU’s Amanda G. Hyatt Fellows continue compassionate community leadership

Andrew Young School graduates carry on her legacy through metro Atlanta nonprofits

Amanda G. Hyatt’s résumé showed how much she cared about Atlanta’s urban planning and policy. Before her death in 2000, Hyatt represented Douglas County on the Atlanta Regional Commission. She chaired the Governor’s Welfare… more »

For Art Vandenberg, No Walls to Knowledge, Innovation and Collaboration

For Art Vandenberg, no walls to knowledge, innovation and collaboration Library donor and computer scientist is a Renaissance thinker and artist

One night when he was 7, Art Vandenberg dreamed he was on a long ladder that reached into infinity, and all around him were stacks and shelves that stretched further than he could see.… more »

Wurm Distinguished Professor Leads GSU Orchestra in “Figaro”

When the Georgia State University School of Music stages  “Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)” this week, the audience will know what to expect in the farcical plot by the cues of the orchestral music.

Commanding those musical cues will be Michael Palmer, the Charles Thomas Wurm Distinguished Professor of Orchestral Studies… more »

Darryl and Michelle Harris: Spreading GSU Globally Through Golf

Donors help spread GSU worldwide through golf Panther student-athletes represent globalization of the campus and their sport

Like all sports at Georgia State University, the men’s and women’s golf teams rely on donors to help fund their expenses.

When GSU golfers spectate at Augusta National Golf Club this week, their blue GSU caps and apparel… more »

Donors and Courage Celebrated at GSU College of Education Honors Day

Donors and courage celebrated at GSU College of Education Honors Day Gifts support the deep connections between students and teachers 

Behind every great teacher trained at Georgia State University are those who support the quest for knowledge, and the College of Education celebrated both at its recent Honors Day.

The donors – many of whom… more »