Beginning in the fall 2014 semester, Georgia State’s College of Law will be offering an accelerated law degree program to students that would give them the opportunity to pay for their first year of law […]
School of Public Heath scholar Dr. Mark Chaffinwill be one of the newest Second Century Initiative (2CI) faculty members and will become a full-time professor in the School of Public Health’s Division of Health Promotion […]
The Prevent Child Abuse Georgia helpline is bringing volunteer and internship opportunities to Georgia State’s campus.
After passing in the House of Representatives, Georgia’s HB 875, the Safe Carry Protection Act, has already begun to receive waves of disapproval from teachers, students and parents.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed says Google Fiber has the potential to increase job opportunities and internet proficiency in the city’s communities.
From Feb. 17-18 , the Atlanta streetcars will be delivered via semi-truck to the Atlanta Streetcar Vehicle Maintenance Facility on the corner of Fort Street and Edgewood Avenue.
Despite Park Atlanta’s upcoming contract expiration date in 2016, they will be unveiling a new parking app by early February 2014. The Parkmobile app will allow Atlanta’s motorists to have the option of extending an […]
Women still generally work in lower-paying career fields, face sex discrimination and have trouble getting their voices heard, according to panelists from the Heels of Success event held on Nov. 6 in Dahlberg Hall. The […]