- From the Concrete Jungle, an Unlikely AnglerWhat comes to mind when you think of fishing? Perhaps a middle-aged man sitting in a boat, leisurely waiting all day for a tug at his line? Christi Rolin has news for you. She’s a member of the angler fishing club at Georgia State, a university landlocked by freeways, city streets and MARTA trains. And… more »News
- Leadership ConclaveLeadership Conclave, a Georgia State tradition for 50 years, is a one-day conference hosted at Georgia State University each fall semester. The conference includes a keynote address from a national speaker, several programs sessions on various leadership topics, and a closing banquet. Leadership Conclave is open to all students who are looking to develop the… more »News
- Largest, Most Diverse Freshman ClassGeorgia State Enrolls Highest-Achieving, Largest, Most Diverse Freshman Class ATLANTA—Georgia State University has set records this fall for the size, diversity and quality of its freshman class. With 3,800 freshmen enrolled as of Aug. 25, the entering first-year students have a record high school grade-point average (GPA) of 3.42, and the highest ACT scores of… more »News
- Sexual Violence Prevention ProgramHaven-Understanding Sexual Assault is an online education module used by many colleges and universities across the country, to prevent sexual violence. During the 2014-2015 academic year, over 5,000 Georgia State University students completed the learning module. Haven provides students with information about healthy relationships, the importance of consent in sexual activity, effective communication skills and… more »News
As the White House marks the one-year anniversary of the anti-sexual assault campaign “It’s On Us” on Sept. 19, Georgia State is ramping up efforts to help spread the message that everyone has a role in preventing sexual assaults.
“We want this to be a safe campus for everyone,” said Annette Butler, director of AA/EEO training and compliance in the Office of Opportunity Development. “There are federal and campus policies that are in place here to make sure this is a respectful and an inclusive environment.”
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The August issue focuses on the Panther Welcome Week festivities, the new eateries in the Student Center Courtyard, the introduction of the EMBARK Georgia program to support struggling, Georgia State students and the many successes within the division!
Night at Woodruff
October 2, 2015
Woodruff Arts Center
FREE admission to the Museum, Symphony Orchestra tickets, shuttles, and food! …more
October 6, 2015
Student Center Ballroom
Experience several forms of Latin and Hispanic dance, history and heritage …more
Art in the Park
October 8, 2015
12 – 1 p.m.
An engaging experiential leadership program in the great outdoors! …more
LBGTQIQ Heritage Month
October 26, 2015
6 – 9 p.m.
A panel discussion featuring faculty, staff and student life on campus. …more
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