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ATLANTA — Georgia State University’s intense strategic focus on student retention and graduation rates has earned the institution a spot as one of just six national universities highlighted as models of national higher education reform in a report by a leading public policy center.
As Congress struggles to come up with a “grand bargain” to avoid automatic tax increases and spending cuts that begin in 2013, charitable organizations such as Georgia State University are facing their own financial uncertainties. December is traditionally the biggest month for donations, but fundraisers across the country are not seeing a surge of activity.
GSU real estate student Shubham Asthana receives support from university-wide scholarship giving
Shubham Asthana, an M.B.A. student in real estate at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business, is a recipient of the University-wide Scholarship, which assists students who have unmet financial need.
Asthana chose GSU based on its reputation. “Georgia… more »
Josh Sanders is majoring in accounting at GSU’s Robinson College of Business, then added finance and Spanish for a rare triple major. He has already accepted an offer of employment from Ernst & Young when he graduates in 2013. On his 20th birthday this fall, he ran a marathon so he “could enter the third decade of life running.