Every great student needs a great mentor. Johnny Truong says he was fortunate to have one relatively early on. “I had a really great high school chemistry teacher who thought I could do a lot more than what I was doing, so she sent me off to a summer program for chemistry students,” he says.… more »
Health care remains the hottest of hot topics in politics these days, and Gaylon Morris is right in the thick of it. As a Washington, D.C.-based consultant, Morris meets with everyone from patient advocacy groups to businesses to federal regulators to open dialogues and build productive partnerships.
Morris has a master’s in public policy and… more »
Georgia State is a very different place from when Angela Giles earned her business degree there in 1971. There are a lot more buildings bearing the Georgia State logo, of course, and a lot more students — many more of whom are sticking around campus after their classes end, thanks to the residence halls on… more »