March 2014 – May 2016
The Center of Excellence on Health Disparities Research at the Georgia State University School of Public Health is teaming up with SisterLove, Inc. to host a community event titled “Women and HIV/AIDS: 20 Years Later.”
Made possible by…
Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and best-selling author Hedrick Smith will visit Georgia State University on Wednesday, March 12 to discuss how America has moved from an era of middle class prosperity and power to an unequal economy that…
The Center of Excellence on Health Disparities Research at the Georgia State University School of Public Health is teaming up with SisterLove, Inc. to host a community event entitled “Women and HIV/AIDS: 20 Years Later.”
Made possible by…
Join us on Thursday, March 13 at 6 p.m. for our annual Barbara Pittard Payne Lectureship in Gerontology.
“Part of the Family: The Long-term Ties of Gay and Lesbian Adults”, Dr. Ingrid Arnet Connidis, Professor of Sociology at…
Author, Poet, Essayist, and Professor
Nikki Giovanni is a world-renowned poet, writer, commentator,
activist, and educator. Over the past 30 years, her outspokenness, in
her writing and in lectures, has brought the eyes of the world upon her.
In conjunction with the Atlanta Science Festival, Georgia State University is hosting a Discovery Day Open House event. This Georgia State science open house highlights science, art and math with a majors’ fair, hands-on activities and films on…
Lecture and discussion
Zakes Mda will also give a lecture titled “Mandela and South Africa Today” followed by an open discussion.
Set in South Africa at the end of Apartheid, this novel’s “darkly humorous descriptions of the crime,…
Memories cheer us, haunt us, comfort us. But how do we remember? Steven
Ramirez, a neuroscientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
will speak on his work on the neuroscience of memory in animals. His
team has been…
Dan Amsterdam, Georgia Institute of Technology, will give the lecture “The Last Time the Motor City
Went Bust: The Corporate Roots of Detroit’s Default in the Great
Depression and Why Atlantans Should Care.”
Dan Amsterdam is author of…
April’s Feed Your Senses event will feature students from the School of Music performing excerpts from the Pulitzer Prize-winning operatic adaptation of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible.” Lunch provided.
Location: Rialto Center Lobby
Name: Tonya Cook