Georgia State University alumna Danielle Grevious has been named a finalist for the Humanity in Action Fellowship. With passions for human rights and social justice, Humanity in Action Fellows hail from all over the world to explore national histories of discrimination and resistance, as well as examples of issues affecting different minority… more »
ATLANTA – Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and best-selling author Hedrick Smith will visit Georgia State University on Wednesday, March 12, 2014, to discuss how America has moved from an era of middle class prosperity and power to an unequal economy that is unraveling the American Dream for millions of middle class families.
Krishna Mehta had two main priorities in selecting a college. “I was looking for somewhere that I wouldn’t just be a number, somewhere that I would actually stand out and could be an individual,” she says. “I also wanted the urban environment — I really didn’t want to study in one of those small college… more »
Looking for a great summer experience abroad? Consider interning in London!
The London Experience sponsored by the Georgia State Honors College provides students from all majors with the exciting opportunity to intern in London and the United Kingdom. Internships are available covering a wide range of areas including hospitality, finance, fashion, the arts, media, sciences, and other… more »
When Dave Churvis decided to return to school as a non-traditional student, he knew he needed an institution that could accommodate his several major goals and offer him a challenging curriculum. As a junior studying economics and mathematics, Dave has utilized every outlet to maximize his own potential at Georgia State University through a strong… more »
“The reason I compose music is because, in essence, I have to,” said Music Composition student Connor Way, a current senior in the Honors College. “No other activity interests me anywhere near as much. I know this is what I am meant to do.”
For Connor, composing music has become a way of life. He… more »
Chris Locandro figures he’s spent the lion’s share of his time at Georgia State behind a microscope. Last fall, the senior neuroscience major in the Honors College, who has a grade-point average over 4.0 and has earned President’s List honors twice, put what he learned over those long hours to work on a study that… more »
Each spring semester, the Honors College hosts the Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference (GSURC), an annual event to showcase undergraduate research. GSURC provides students the opportunity to gain conference experience while presenting their hard work and innovative ideas to Georgia State students, faculty, and staff. This year’s conference will take place on April 10th in… more »
When Mark Mori graduated from Georgia State with a degree in History in 1982, he could not have imagined that in less than ten years, he would have his first Academy Award nomination for Best Feature Documentary for a film that he produced and directed, Building Bombs. Then, a decade later, Mori won an Emmy… more »
As part of the Honors College curriculum first year students are each required to enroll in a weekly seminar (Honors 1000), which serves as an introduction to research and seminar-style learning. Honors 1000 courses cover a variety of interdisciplinary topics so that students can choose to explore a subject close to their interests, or to… more »