His half-century of experience as a public health educator and researcher notwithstanding, Marshall Kreuter has never been content to confine himself to a classroom or lab. As a professor at Georgia State, Kreuter used his first grant from the National Institutes of Health to venture into the Summerhill and Peoplestown neighborhoods near Turner Field and… more »
The Georgia State University Alumni Association continues its 50-year tradition of recognizing its outstanding alumni during a recognition ceremony and dinner on Friday, Oct. 11, from 6 to 9 p.m.
The Distinguished Alumni Awards acknowledge those individuals who are recognized leaders in their respective fields, significant contributors to the improvement of their communities and have… more »
Georgia State University has been celebrating the number 100 all year long, but halfway through its centennial year the school got an even bigger, record-setting number to celebrate: $38,310,373.60.
That’s the amount the university raised during fiscal year 2012-13 — nearly one-third more than the campus-wide goal of $29.1 million and making it by far… more »
It was the spring of 1964, and Bill White was staring at a dead end.
Four years earlier, Bill had started what looked like a promising career at an Atlanta business magazine publishing company. He thought his engineering degree from Georgia Tech and experience as editor of the Tech weekly newspaper would help him advance.… more »
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 »