Access past Georgia State University MLK Commemoration ceremonies going back to 2023 here. Keywords: videos, multimedia, Martin Luther King. Jr., MLK Commemoration, commemorative events, ceremonies, events, history, ceremony
The Regents Center for Learning Disorders (RCLD) at Georgia State University is one of three centers established by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents to provide assessment, training, research and resources related to students who have learning disorders or other impairments. Its mission is to empower University System of Georgia students with learning difficulties to rise above their challenges and provide them with a path forward for academic success. Keywords: student success, learning disabilities, learning disorders, centers
The Center for Urban Language Teaching & Research, CULTR is the first LRC in the Southeastern U.S.. Our mission is to enhance the global skills opportunities of urban and underrepresented learners and educators. Our slogan, “Languages for all”, underscores our commitment to providing access to fulfilling language programs and meaningful professional development. CULTR is guided by its core values of access, advocacy, outreach & research. Keywords: centers, language education, access to language education, global education, CULTR
GIL-FIND is a library catalog search engine at Georgia State University connected with the University System of Georgia, where users can find resources from books and periodicals to multimedia resources - available for checkout in person, viewable/readable online, or from any one of the university system's public colleges and universities across Georgia. Keywords: academic journals, publications, academic publications, audiovisual materials, read online, research resources, scholarly resources, books, articles, film, multimedia, video, audio, interlibrary loan, searches, journal articles, monographs, catalog, catalogues
The University Library's extensive holdings of 467 databases provide powerful tools to find what you're looking for. Some of the most used databases are linked here, as well as an A-to-Z guide which allows you to search for specialized databases by subject. Separately, GSU ScholarWorks is a repository for research and scholarship authored by GSU faculty, students and staff. Keywords: University library databases, database searches, academic journals, publications, academic publications, audiovisual materials, read online, Academic Search Complete, JSTOR, dissertations, theses, thesis, monographs, manuscripts, research resources, scholarly resources, books, articles
Panther's Pantry locations distribute food, hygiene and additional supplies to the Georgia State community to alleviate stress associated with short-term food insecurity in order to effectively reduce hunger and support educational success.
Keywords: food assistance, food bank, food pantries, hygiene supplies, food insecurity, hunger, nutrition assistance, student nutrition, food pantry
Through Digital Learners to Leaders (DLL), student-led teams create digital solutions to real challenges students identify. Students are able to grow digital skills and develop portfolios, with support and guidance from a diverse group of technology professionals in Atlanta’s education, business, government and non-profit communities. DLL provides a unique opportunity to demonstrate to future employers skill sets in digitization and problem solving. Participating in DLL will sets students apart and sets them up for academic and interpersonal success. The Digital Learners to Leaders program increases digital literacy of Georgia State and high school students, focusing on female and minority student, and creates a path for more diverse students to pursue studies in computer science and technology.
Keywords: diversity in STEM, minorities in STEM, STEM education, STEM leadership, computer science, information technology, women in STEM, information technology
The Free Passport Initiative supports diversity and inclusion in international programs by making passports free to students who have never had one before, removing a barrier to study abroad programs and global education.
Keywords: free passports, free passport program, free passport initiative, international education, study abroad, global education, international initiatives, diversity abroad
Georgia State University recognizes students who earn the Global Scholar Distinction for their development of global competence: the skills, knowledge and awareness that enhance the ability to succeed in a global environment. Global Scholars can communicate across cultures, think critically about the world, adapt to new and unfamiliar situations and market global skills to employers. The Global Scholar Distinction is open to all majors in all colleges. It opens doors to rewarding global career opportunities at home and abroad.
The Center for Leadership in Disability (CLD) has been a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities in the Mark Chaffin Center for Healthy Development and the School of Public Health at Georgia State since 2008. CLD translates research into sustainable community practices that contribute to independent, self-determined, inclusive and productive lives for people with disabilities and their families.
Keywords: disabled, disabled people, disabilities research, community practice, School of Public Health, university centers