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Marise Parent: Faculty Undergraduate Research Award Winner

Dr. Marise Parent never imagined a career in neuroscience. During her own undergraduate years, she was determined to become a clinical psychologist. After begrudgingly enrolling in two neuroscience courses to fulfill her requirements, she stepped into an entirely life-changing experience. From here, she redirected her focus to the brain and never looked back.

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Mansfield receives Outstanding Article Award

Posted On September 18, 2013
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Dr. Nancy Mansfield, Professor of Legal Studies and Faculty Associate for Scholars in the Honors College, and co-author Perry Binder, received the Ralph C. Hoeber Outstanding Article Award from the Academy of Legal Studies in Business /Journal of Legal Studies Education (August 2013) for their paper titled, “Social Networks and Workplace Risk: Classroom Scenarios from… more »

Matthew C. Roudane

Posted On April 30, 2013
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Matthew C. Roudane, Regents’ Professor of English serves as an Advisory Member of the Fulbright Global and Specialist Programs; U. S. Council for the International Exchange Of Scholars, a division of the Institute of International Education. Dr. Roudane is also the long-time Editor of the South Atlantic Review.

Kris Acheson-Clair

Kris Acheson-Clair, Director of the Undergraduate Program for the Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL won the 2012 GSU Instructional Effectiveness Award, one of the three annual university-wide awards for faculty excellence. In the past year she also started 2 new faculty-led study abroad programs (Communication across Cultures to Switzerland and Teaching English as a… more »

Timothy Brezina

In a national study of productivity among criminal justice and criminology scholars, Timothy Brezina (Criminal Justice and Criminology) was ranked as the twelfth most productive associate professor.  The study, titled “Criminology and Criminal Justice Hit Parade,” was published in the December 2012 issue of the Journal of Criminal Justice Education and ranked scholars based on… more »

Veteran Faculty Collaborate to Support Rising Juniors

Posted On January 16, 2012 by Michelle Hiskey
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The Honors College – an integral part of GSU’s strategic plan to be a national model for undergraduate education – supports the university’s brightest independent thinkers who seek interdisciplinary solutions to global issues. An appetite for discovery, imagination and responsibility push these students to make a difference in the world. Honors students expect to find… more »