Electronic Writing & Publishing Student Presentation 12/11/13
All are invited to join Professor Ashley J. Holmes and her English 3120: Electronic Writing & Publishing students as they present their final projects on Wednesday, December 11th from 11 AM to 1 PM. The presentations will be held in the Troy Moore Library on the 9th floor of Langdale Hall.
Students will present websites, videos, and other electronic media that they have created for local non-profit organizations this semester.
Light refreshments will be served. To RSVP, please email Ashley Holmes at email@example.com.
(From the College of Arts and Sciences Public Relations and Media Office) After spending countless hours sketching new designs for sneakers, Shedrick Turner’s hard work is paying off. Turner, a sophomore Studio Art major at GSU, will fly out to Nike’s headquarters this month to meet with the legendary athletic brand’s creative team.
To read more about Turner’s passion for drawing, his inspiration, and his future plans, click here.
Georgia State University now offers a variety of dual undergraduate/graduate degree programs that provide highly talented and qualified students with the opportunity to complete both the bachelor’s and master’s degree in as short a period as five years. In order to qualify, bachelor students who have earned at least 30 hours of credit at Georgia State University and no more than 90 hours must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5. The following website provides additional information. www.cas.gsu.edu/dual_degree.html
The Italian Club will screen I solti ignoti as a part of their film series on Tuesday, December 3rd in the Troy Moore Library (939 Langdale Hall).
Food & trivia will begin at 4:30 P.M. and the film will be shown at 5 P.M.
Extra credit per studenti d’italiano!
Click here to view the event flyer.
On March 22-29, 2014 the Atlanta Science Festival will give visitors of all ages the opportunity to explore the science and technology in our region and to discover how science is connected to all parts of our lives. NEUR 4980 (Undergraduate Neuroscience Research) will provide students with Continue reading
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