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Missy Cody: Serving the Cause of Global Nutrition

Piecing the global puzzle of food, health and culture GSU emerita funds international travel award for nutrition majors

For dietitians, globalization means understanding the special role that food plays in every culture. For example, rice is not considered safe to eat in Indonesia unless blessed by ritual prayers during its growth.

GSU professor emerita Missy… more »

Young Fellows: Working for Sound Public Policy Around the World

Andrew Young’s investment in scholarship Multiple Young Fellows carry on family mission to shape public policy here and abroad As Georgia State University celebrates the 80th birthday of civil rights leader Andrew Young, his family’s values and mission are helping guide and fund students pursuing advanced degrees in the School of Policy Studies named for… more »

Andrew Young’s Investment in Scholarship

Andrew Young’s investment in scholarship Multiple Young Fellows carry on family mission to shape public policy here and abroad As Georgia State University celebrates the 80th birthday of civil rights leader Andrew Young, his family’s values and mission are helping guide and fund students pursuing advanced degrees in the School of Policy Studies named for… more »

David V. Martin: Valuing Unrestricted Giving

Financial literacy starts with a Georgia State donor who likes to bake

For 40 years, David Martin has practiced the art of unrestricted giving while helping Georgia students learn how money works. His calling card: banana bread.

For four decades, the Georgia Council for Economic Education – based at Georgia State University… more »

L. Lynn Hogue: Backing Legal Education with Dollars

Seven retiring original GSU College of Law faculty honored at 30-year mark Contributions from this core group – including L. Lynn Hogue – built the law school from scratch The Georgia State University College of Law marks a milestone this week as seven original faculty retire after 30 years, with a May 9 reception honoring… more »