Georgia State University students learn more than academics; they learn how to give back to the community through volunteerism.
Funding for creative writing students enrolled in Georgia State University’s graduate program has been extremely limited over the years―but an anonymous donor started a new chapter in the program’s history by creating a scholarship fund for students who show outstanding talent in their respective genres.
Lauren Harvill had her career path figured out when she enrolled at Georgia State University in 2007. Having decided accounting would be her major, she pursued it for two years. She even completed an internship with a small accounting firm in Griffin, Ga.
Then a funny thing happened: Harvill found art. She quickly realized it… more »