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Schwarzman Scholars recently announced its first class, a remarkable group of young leaders from 32 countries around the world. Inspired by the Rhodes Scholarship, Schwarzman… more »
Professional Development Workshops are offered in the fall, spring and summer semesters and are categorized in one of the development areas: Balance & Resilience, Career, Collaboration & Communication, Ethics & Integrity, Leadership, Research & Scholarship.
- Robinson to Launch Two New Dual Degree Programs in Fall 2016Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business will launch two dual degree programs in fall 2016: a joint M.S. in Analytics and Master of Actuarial Science program; and a joint M.S. in Analytics and M.S. in Mathematical Risk Management program.News
- CEHD Online Master’s Program Ranked 36th in the NationOnline master’s degree programs in Georgia State University’s College of Education and Human Development rank 36th in the country in the U.S. News & World Report 2016 Best Online Education Programs rankings released on Jan. 12News
- MPH Grad Investigates Disease Outbreaks in Metro AtlantaInside her Lawrenceville office in a red brick building not far from State Route 316, Britt Cantrell Carter stays alert for new cases to investigate. But Carter’s quarry aren’t criminals. Instead, she tracks down foodborne and waterborne illnesses like Salmonella, E. coli and norovirus.News
- Public and Private Investments in Ph.D. Research Programs Pay Economic DividendsResearch-funded Ph.D. recipients earn high wages after graduation, participate in national and international labor markets, and make an important impact on local economic development, according to a new study.News