The Partnership Initiative Grants support faculty interested in developing or further developing a comparative research partnership with faculty from our sister institutions in Hong Kong and South Africa. The primary goal of this initiative is to build internationally recognized scholarly strength by comparing understandings of urban context, policies and challenges in three different national environments.
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.
The Office of Diversity Education Planning (ODEP) is pleased to announce its certificate program in Workplace Inclusion & Global Competency. This certification is designed to engage staff and administration in courses and projects about the various dimensions of diversity identified in the University’s Diversity Strategic Plan (DSP) 2011-2016. Participants who complete the program within a two-year period will receive certificates of completion.
The Office of the Provost is supporting the Global Education Initiative (GEI) for a second year to continue the internationalization of undergraduate courses at Georgia State . The initiative came from a subcommittee of CAP (a Senate committee) and the goal is to develop a program to enhance global competence of undergraduate students, working toward Goal 5 of the Strategic Plan: Achieve distinction of globalizing the University.
Achieve distinction in globalizing the University.
Georgia State University will continue to engage in efforts to internationalize its academic activities and establish sustained international relationships that further the education, research and scholarship of its students and faculty. This will require creating an institution that is able to attract talented scholars whose contributions are recognized worldwide… more »