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.
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.
Georgia State University prides itself in cultivating exceptional leaders who are equipped with the knowledge and skills to take on major roles within top tier organizations and companies world-wide. The College of Law’s Trial Advocacy Program is offered each spring and prepares students for the transition into prosecution and state leadership positions, supporting Goal 2 of the strategic plan.
Significantly strengthen and grow the base of distinctive graduate and professional programs that assure development of the next generation of researchers and societal leaders.
Social, cultural and economic progress depends in part on the work and dedication of well-educated scholars, scientists and societal leaders. As a public research university, one of Georgia State’s primary functions… more »
Contact: Jeremy Craig, 404-413-1357 University Relations
ATLANTA – Georgia State University Provost Risa Palm announced today (April 13) that Dr. James Weyhenmeyer will assume the role of Vice President for Research and Economic Development, beginning June 15.
Dr. Weyhenmeyer, who is currently Senior Vice Provost for Research and Economic Development in the Office of the… more »