We’re ranked No. 2 in the nation, only behind Princeton, for our commitment to teaching.
$319 million economic impact generated by research in fiscal year 2018.
R1 Georgia State ranks among the nation’s top 115 R1 universities in the Carnegie Foundation’s elite category of Highest Research Activity.
$122.7 million total research awards in fiscal year 2018.
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Faculty development programs, workshops, and fellowships, many of which are offered through our outstanding Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning;
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A Christmas Classic Carries On
From the inside of a shipping container, Professor Stuart Gerber provides the sound effects and music for the Alliance Theatre’s socially distant, drive-in production of “A Christmas Carol: The Live Radio Play.”
Georgia State Researchers Awarded $2.25 Million for Social-Communication, STEM Education for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Intellectual Disabilities
Georgia State University assistant professors Claire Donehower and Sarah Hansen have received a five-year, $2.25 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to support social-communication learning for elementary-aged students with intellectual disabilities.
Public Health Team Receives $1.3 Million Federal Grant To Study COVID-19 Research Participation in Black Communities
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded an interdisciplinary team in Georgia State University’s School of Public Health a two-year, $1.3 million grant through its RADx Underserved Populations (RADx-UP) program to better understand barriers and motivations for participating in COVID-19 research among Black communities in Atlanta.