Never exactly bashful in his prognostications, renowned marketing professor and global thinker Jagdish Sheth has come up with some particularly bold predictions for the way President Donald Trump’s administration will reshape the global economy.
Kennesaw State University has followed through with a plan to support Southeast Asian leaders with innovative, actionable plans to improve their societies. During a May 16-18 summit in Singapore, the university awarded $275 seed grants to the 22 young leaders to kickstart civic-engagement plans developed while participating in a U.S.-backed educational program. The fellows in the U.S. State Department’s Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative had all […]
The GSU Singers’ modesty proved to be misplaced, as they bested 11 other choirs from around the world to win a biennial global competition in Marktoberdorf, a small Bavarian city in southern Germany.
While you might say education is in Precision 2000 CEO Guiomar Obregon’s blood, the construction entrepreneur wasn’t born with a silver shovel in her hand.
With the curiosity of a budding historian, Alexander Smith, a rising high school senior at Stratford Academy in Macon, has investigated the origin’s of Georgia’s consular corps and discovered that the state has been hosting foreign emissaries since the end of the 18th century. By tracking down historical information through contacts with the state’s consular […]
One thousand promising professionals and civic leaders from 17 sub-Saharan countries arrived in the United States this week, June 12-18, under the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders program — and Atlanta is hosting 50 of them. Twenty-five are to attend Georgia State University’s Public Management Institute and will receive six weeks of academic […]
This article by Charles R. Hankla, an associate professor of political science at Georgia State University who received his doctorate in 2005 from Emory University, and holds degrees from Georgetown University and the London School of Economics, originally appeared on the website, The Conversation. The results of this election show how similar, and yet how […]
Fifteen countries were represented among the 95 attendees and 53 research institutions at the pedagogy workshops held at Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business in Buckhead June 1-4. The event was designed “for those of us who have a passion for teaching international business,” according to S. Tamer Cavusgil, who holds the Fuller E. […]
This article by Dr. Robert R. Friedmann, founding director of the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange (GILEE), originally appeared on the website, The Conversation. He is a professor emeritus of criminal justice at Georgia State University‘s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies. If it seems like every week, there’s another terrorist attack – well, you’re […]
The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies is the most recent addition to the list of institutions offering returned Peace Corps volunteers the opportunity to apply for graduate-level scholarships. Georgia State University announced on May 31 that Peace Corps volunteers who have successfully completed their service abroad and returned to the U.S. may apply for […]