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Gifts at Work
Our donors are philanthropists in the finest sense of the word. Through their help, we’ve been making the world a better place for Georgia State students for decades. Gifts to Georgia State reach well past the university and its students and faculty. Those directed to us also benefit our city, our state and beyond through resulting enrichment in the economy, arts and culture, and health care. Please browse our donor and student stories to understand the impact of giving to Georgia State.
The Latest Gifts at Work
The hottest fashion accessory on Georgia State’s campus these days isn’t a certain type of shoe or a bag by a certain designer. It’s a… more »
President Barack Obama praised Georgia State University on Dec. 4 for helping more college students find pathways to graduation in a speech at the White… more »
If you’ve waited until the waning weeks of 2014 to do the brunt of your charitable giving for the year, you may feel like a… more »
Georgia State University will revitalize an area adjacent to Woodruff Park by creating a media production center for education, research and entrepreneurship and partnerships with… more »
When Herman J. Russell passed away on Nov. 15, it was just a few weeks past the 15th anniversary of his historic gifts of $1… more »
If offered the chance to travel to the South Pacific, most people in Atlanta would jump at the opportunity. For Georgia State senior Ranjita Nair,… more »
Pioneers, as Lady Astor once said, are “picturesque figures,” but often lonely ones. Angie Allen knew the feeling as she tried to make her way… 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… more »
“When Bill would wear a Georgia State shirt or hat on a trip, people used to say, ‘Where’s Georgia State?’ They don’t say that anymore,”… more »
From the moment they walk into a room, it is obvious R. Means Davis Jr. and Tarasa Davis are father and daughter. As they talk… more »
The idea of real-world learning opportunities as a cornerstone of the Georgia State experience is hardly a new development. As far back as the 1960s,… more »
A finance degree from Georgia State started Ken Lewis on a career that led to the highest positions of leadership at Bank of America. But… more »
Every 35 seconds (on average), a plane takes off from or lands at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport — and quite a few of them pass… more »
The first thing Carlos Tejeda bought when he came to the United States from Mexico was a pair of shoes. Starting out with two dollars… more »
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… more »
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… more »
Georgia State University freshman Rachelle Wood keeps so busy these days she usually leaves the social calendar to her best friend.
“I always start off… more »