Department chairs are invited to develop and submit proposals for the 2017-18 Provost’s Visiting Scholars Program.
This program brings to Georgia State University promising and leading faculty from underrepresented minority groups for short-term (1-2 week) visits. This program serves a two-fold purpose: these visitors will enrich the intellectual life of the campus at the… more »
On May 15, the most recent group of Distinguished University Professors and university faculty award winners were honored by President Mark Becker and Provost Risa Palm at Celebrating Faculty Excellence, an annual event recognizing newly named Regents’ Professors, Distinguished University Professors, faculty award recipients and faculty receiving promotion and/or tenure.
Four faculty members were… more »
On May 15, the most recent group of Georgia State University’s Regents’ Professors were honored by President Mark Becker and Provost Risa Palm at Celebrating Faculty Excellence, an annual event recognizing newly named Regents’ Professors, Distinguished University Professors, faculty award recipients and faculty receiving promotion and/or tenure.
Five Georgia State University faculty members were honored… more »
Three faculty members have been honored with Provost’s Study in a Second Discipline Fellowships for academic year 2017-18.
Andrew Cohen Department of Philosophy
Dr. Cohen will study in the College of Law to apply his work on toleration as a political philosopher to topics of business ethics and criminal justice ethics. Cohen seeks renew concern… more »
Three faculty members have been awarded Provost’s Faculty Research Fellowships for academic year 2017-18:
Thomas Crisp Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education
Dr. Crisp will complete a proposal for a two-year collaborative, cross-institutional, interdisciplinary research fellowship awarded by the American Council of Learned Societies. Crisp’s collaborative research project is a literature-based content analysis that… more »
ATLANTA—Georgia State University will fund eight faculty proposals as part of its Next Generation faculty program, a successor to the Second Century Initiative, which has brought 61 new faculty positions to the university over the last five years. Funding for the proposals is expected to be about $2 million in the next year.
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