Georgia State University continues to expand its Signature Learning Experiences through the Women Lead program offered in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business. Women Lead empowers female students and prepares them for leadership opportunities across various sectors of the economy. Beginning in their sophomore year and following students through graduation and beyond, the program engages students through learning in the classroom, developing mentoring relationships, and organizing and leading programs on campus.
The Summer Institute is a four-week program designed specifically for international students who will live in on-campus housing and attend classes with Georgia State students. All institute scholars take two three-credit courses. This program provides an insightful learning experience for international students and has many advantages including the opportunity to earn credits toward graduation, experience U.S. culture, thrive in an English-speaking environment, and learning how to plan for your future studies in the U.S.
We are excited to announce the approval of GSU’s Cooperative Education Program (Co-Op) which will kick off this fall with students from the Computer Science and Computer Information Systems degree programs.
Cooperative education is a full-time, paid, rotational, field based experience that is a critical component of a student’s academic program for which they receive credit. Students will have the opportunity to apply skills learned in the classroom to related work experiences, giving them a competitive edge once they enter the workforce on a full time basis.
As Georgia State University students work diligently to obtain their degrees, many are also seeking opportunities to gain related field experience which would give them an advantage in our nation’s competitive workforce. Making strides toward becoming a national model in helping students achieve academic and career success at exceptional rates, it should come as no surprise that GSU provides several of those employment opportunities right here on campus.
The talk, titled “The New American University,” will focus on Crow’s framework for Arizona State, which aims to establish a university that is committed to excellence, access and impact while pursuing research that contributes to the economic, social and cultural vitality of the communities that surround it.
Become a national model for undergraduate education by demonstrating that students from all backgrounds can achieve academic and career success at high rates.
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ATLANTA-Georgia State University will have two new opportunities to help improve the quality of education in Georgia after two metro Atlanta school programs were awarded funding through the Race to the Top program.
GSU has partnerships with both the Drew Charter School Partners of Innovation program and the KIPP… more »