July – September 2014
The Council for the Progress of Cities presents
Dr. Alan Mabin, University of Pretoria Research Fellow and Urban Planning Expert
Dr. Mabin’s urban development experience includes being Founding Chairperson of Planact (Urban NGO) in Johannesburg. He has…
Georgia State University’s Campus Events presents Georgia State, Where
Have You Been?, an exhibit that will illustrate the diverse experiences and understandings of the Georgia
State student body during summer 2014. The exhibit will be displayed in the…
In conjunction with Panther Welcome, the Multicultural Center would like to invite you to a Welcome Reception where you will meet faculty, staff and students from the Ethnic and Religious Minority communities and find out who has the…
In conjunction with Panther Welcome, this annual event invites members of the LGBTQIQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Questioning and Asexual) community and their supportive straight allies to campus each year. Come and meet the staff of…
In conjunction with Panther Welcome, Multicultural Programs would like to invite you to its first OpenHouse! Come learn about the resources that exist in the center,meet representatives from multicultural student organizations,andenjoy music.Refreshmentsprovided.
Name: Tonya Cook
The GSU Army ROTC Association hosts its 14th annual ROTC Scholarship Golf Tournament on Monday, Sept. 8 at the Durham Lakes Golf & Country Club. For more information, contact JJ Moore at 770-964-7922 or 770-883-5399.
In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, join us for a celebration of dance, music, information and culture. Refreshments provided.
Name: Tonya Cook
Phone: (404) 413 1587