What has the Women’s Philanthropy Initiative Scholarship meant to you?
It has made me feel supported. I made a promise to myself to make the most of my opportunities at Georgia State and to commit fully to my studies. The Women’s Philanthropy Initiative allowed me to do that. It gave me the freedom to reduce… more »
Here are guidelines to assist you in selecting business attire that works best for having your photo made. Panther blue is always a great choice!
For women V-neck, crew neck, or mock turtlenecks are recommended, but collared shirts work well for women, too. Women with long hair should choose a top or jacket that is a… more »
Cornerstone of Creativity
If all goes according to plan, Kynton Stephens’ dream job is waiting for him when he graduates Georgia State next spring. He’ll head to a start-up company that designs video games, and he’s pretty sure he’ll get along with the boss. Stephens is CEO of the start-up.
Stephens, a junior film major, is… more »
Music runs in the Davis family. Erroll played clarinet in high school; his wife, Elaine, played piano and violin and also performed as a mezzo-soprano at venues around the northeast. So while neither attended Georgia State, they’ve both made the Rialto Center for the Arts an important cultural element in their lives. “We’ve just… more »
When the Georgia State men’s basketball team upset Wisconsin in the first round of the 2001 NCAA Tournament, it put Panther hoops on the map. It also captured the attention of alumnus Phil Oneacre and his wife Jeanne, who bought season tickets and have held on to them ever since.
The Oneacres’ support for… more »
Businesses around the world, from Caterpillar Inc. to Australia’s Telstra Corporation, have called upon Frank Blount for his business expertise. But his most important journey might have been the two-mile commute from Southern Bell’s Midtown headquarters to Georgia State’s business school, where he earned his MBA in the 1960s.
“I could learn something one night… more »
Georgia State University Foundation’s 2013 annual report is available online, and it’s got more than just numbers — it’s got real-world stories of how our donors’ generosity has changed students’ lives. Visit the annual report microsite at http://giving.gsu.edu/2013-annual-report/.
The Georgia State University Foundation has finalized the purchase of the building at 55 Park Place in downtown Atlanta for $33.5 million, giving the university access to more than half a million square feet of office space.
“When the building at 55 Park became available, it was clear to all of us that the location,… more »
Georgia State University students learn more than academics; they learn how to give back to the community through volunteerism.