Congratulations to Global Studies students Umniah al Bayati, Matthew Mottet and Ana Petrova on their win at the Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference! The students’ poster presentation on “The Intersection of ISIS Video Production and Influencing Events” won the First place in Social & Behavioral Sciences and Humanities and Provost Award. Their faculty sponsor was… more »
Global Studies Student Aliyah Winfrey Receives Award to Present at Black Doctoral Network Conference
Aliyah Winfrey, a Global Studies major at GSU, will present her poster on “Potlicking Homelessness in Atlanta: How does Atlanta Respond to its Homeless Population” at the 7th Annual Black Doctoral Network Conference. As an Honors College student, Ms. Winfrey received a $500 “Just-in-Time” Award from the Emeriti Association of Georgia State University. The… more »
The Global Studies Institute honors two exceptional students this year with the Global Citizen Award and the Global Studies Major of the Year Award. Congratulations Christine and Hannah!
Pictured (left to right) are GSI Director Tony Lemieux, Christine Provine, and Hannah Anderson.
Christine is the recipient of this year’s Global Citizen Award. She graduated… more »
Lindsey DeWick Wins Provost Award Poster Presentation in Social and Behavioral Sciences & Humanities
Congratulations to Lindsey DeWick! The managerial sciences student placed first and won the Provost Award Poster Presentation in Social and Behavioral Sciences & Humanities for her project Dynamic Vs. Static Imagery in the World of Terrorism. DeWick works as an Honors College University assistant through GSI on the Mobilizing Media project under direct supervision of… more »
Southwest Airlines Recognizes Global Studies Student and Internship Recipient Christine Provine
Congratulations to GSI student Christine Provine, who was featured in an article on the Southwest Air Community website as a “Community Connector.” As part of her Global Studies internship, Provine has dedicated her time toward rejuvenating Woodruff Park through Central Atlanta Progress.… more »