In the News
Research VP named
Georgia State University Provost Risa Palm announced this week that Dr. James Weyhenmeyer will assume the role of Vice President for Research and Economic Development, beginning June 15.
Expert on China to speak
Karl Gerth, a renowned historian of modern Chinese history at Oxford University, will speak April 18 on the transformation of the Chinese consumer as the country grows in size and impact on the global stage.
Pullman named director of CTL
George L. Pullman, associate professor of English and founding director of the Writing across the Curriculum program, will become Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Golf tourney registration opens
Recreational Services' 9th Annual Golf Tournament is May 10 at Hamilton Mill Golf Club in Dacula. Click here to register, or call Danny Weipert at 404-413-1758.
Georgia State University has recently been made a Silver Level member of the Partnership for a Sustainable Georgia within Georgia's Department of Natural Resources for its commitment to sustainability and environmental protection.
Dr. Kathryn A. Kozaitis, associate professor and chair of Anthropology, received a Fulbright Research Award to conduct ethnographic research in Thessaloniki, Greece. Kozaitis will investigate the social and cultural transformations of the city, now home to hundreds of thousands new legal and illegal immigrants and refugees, following the collapse of the Soviet Union and its socialist regimes in Eastern Europe.
Marian Meyers, an associate professor in the Department of Communication, received the Gender Scholar of the Year Award at the annual meeting of the Southern States Communication Association, which was held in Little Rock, Arkansas, in March.
Dr. Caroline O'Hara was awarded the CSI Leadership Intern/Fellow for the 2011-2012 academic year at the American Counseling Association annual conference, which will be held next March in New Orleans.
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