Andy Altman and Abbas Barzegar (GSU Religious Studies) have been awarded a grant by the National Endowment for the Humanities for the purpose of developing and teaching a new course: “What is Religious Tolerance? Ethical Perspectives from Jewish, Christian, Islamic, and Secular Traditions.”
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(L – R) Linda J. Nelson, Dr. Mark Becker and Dr. Risa Palm accept the award for Institutional Excellence.
The NADOHE award for Institutional Excellence was awarded to Georgia State University. Georgia State University is committed to providing the highest quality of education in an inclusive campus environment. In addition to the passage of our… more »
GSU featured in Atlanta Magazine
Gayle Nelson and Eric Friginal, professors in the Department of Applied Linguistics, and May Khadim Al-Khazraji from the University of Baghdad, are teaming up as part of a three-year, $1 million collaboration to help improve the Iraqi school’s English language and literature programs.
Following a review of nominees who wonderfully represent our values and dedication to diversity, the Psychology Department Diversity Committee is pleased to announce that Dr. Kelly M. Lewis is the 2012 recipient of Outstanding Diversity Teaching Award.
The award for Institutional Excellence was awarded to Georgia State University which is a globally engaged research institution located in Atlanta, Georgia.
Margaret “Maggie” Andersen (B.A. ’70) was the first person in her family to go to college, and when she enrolled at Georgia State in the late 1960s, women students were not allowed to wear pants to class.