As New York Mets outfielder David Wright stepped up to the plate to face the Atlanta Braves' Derek Lowe, a curious tune performed on an instrument from baseball's past echoed through Turner Field. More »
Doctors and lawyers might seem like natural adversaries, but under a program launched by Georgia State professor Charity Scott, they are working as allies to help fix legal issues affecting disadvantaged children who have health problems. More »
Georgia State’s Cassy Davison thinks that we’ll find life outside of our solar system — even within the next few decades. More »
On his desk, Regents' Professor Robert Sattelmeyer has a wood block with a quote by author Henry David Thoreau that reads, "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you've imagined.' More »
Your morning jolt of coffee is more than a way to start your day — coffee’s caffeine also has a positive effect on your endurance and strength, according to an analysis by a Georgia State professor. More »
Runners come from all over the world for the July 4 Peachtree Road Race. This year, one of the fastest has come perhaps the farthest to celebrate a new student exchange between GSU and his home institution, Soka University in Japan. More »
Georgia State University's new Parker H. Petit Science Center, located at the intersection of Decatur Street and Piedmont Avenue, opened in March 2010 and houses programs in biology, chemistry, nutrition, physical and respiratory therapies, public health and the Neuroscience Institute. More »
When the walls surrounding Fort McPherson (left) come down in the next few years, so, too, will the community barriers that have long separated the outside world from the Army base. As part of the base closure, Georgia State University's Andrew Young School of Policy Studies will use a grant from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Network of Public Health Institutes to take a closer look at health in the redevelopment process of Fort McPherson.
Georgia State University's School of Music will host two performances of opera scenes this weekend, the culmination of the 27th Harrower Summer Opera Workshop.
On a recent June morning, 12-year-old Tralik Cofield sat in a GSU classroom intensely designing his dream home. As he sketched out the rooms he wanted, the Austin Road Middle School student was clearly having fun imagining a place all his own. At the same time though, Tralik was learning important math skills, such as how to calculate area and perimeter. More »
Educators from across the state will attend a Georgia State University institute next week to discuss an expansive new program aimed at improving teacher quality and student achievement, starting with new initiatives rolling out this fall. More »
With two years of Division I playing experience under his belt, Ben Jacoby is the closest thing to a veteran on head football coach Bill Curry's roster. Convenient, then, for the coach that his most seasoned player lines up in one of the offense's most important positions. More »
Last month, Carson Tortorige led a group on a 13-day expedition through 13 states, covering 4,950 miles, 11 National Parks and seven National Forests. This summer, the Touch the Earth director has something even bigger planned - a 12-day adventure in The Last Frontier.
Mary Beth Walker, professor and chair of the department of economics at Georgia State University, has been named dean of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies. More »
Researchers at Georgia State University, in partnership with the Institute of Medicinal Biotechnology in Beijing, China, have commercialized a Chinese patent for a new preclinical molecule that could potentially be developed into an anti-cancer treatment by targeting a type of protein in cancer cells. More »
Pets can now be listed as beneficiaries of trusts, thanks in part to a Georgia State University professor who helped craft the new law. More »
For decades, Georgia State's School of Music has recruited gifted faculty and produced talented graduates who have performed in impressive venues, won numerous industry awards and collaborated with big time artists. More »
Georgia State University's budding artists will have an opportunity to showcase their latest work at an art exhibition on campus and open to the public through June 23. More »
On a hot and humid spring day, Laura Zaunbrecher (left) walked through Atlanta's past to learn more about the environment today. The Georgia State doctoral student meandered down paths amid the rows of the historic Oakland Cemetery looking for clues about how the weather has worn away at the elaborate mausoleums, sculptures and headstones there, where the prominent and the poor alike were laid to rest. More »