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.
The Office of Faculty Affairs provides support in the following areas:
Faculty-related policies and procedures such as those related to appointment, leaves, and promotion and tenure.
Faculty development programs, workshops, and fellowships, many of which are offered through our outstanding Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
Leadership programming for university administrators and department chairs; and management of GSU’s awards process to recognize outstanding faculty through a range of university-wide and system-wide awards.
Whether you are a prospective faculty member considering a future at Georgia State or a current faculty member – tenure-track, non-tenure-track, or part-time – we hope you will spend some time browsing the resources on our site. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if we can be of any help.
This Is Your Brain On Salt
Professor Javier Stern and colleagues recently uncovered surprising new information about how salt intake affects the brain — findings that could have major implications for how we think about cardiometabolic health.
GSU Competing for Best Innovative Biomedical Research
Both of Georgia State’s entries are COVID-19-related research studies led by Dr. Richard Plemper, Distinguished University Professor in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State.