Atlanta is one stop on President Luis Guillermo Solis's four-city, 13-day U.S. tour aimed at wooing investment to Costa Rica. 


13 Host Families Sought for Japanese Students

by Trevor Williams | July 1, 2015 The Japan-America Society of Georgia is seeking 13 families to host college students coming to Atlanta on a 16-week study tour.  More
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Commentary: Investors Drawn by Atlanta's Intellectual Capital

by Abe Schear When traveling to international law conferences or meetings, we’re often asked about where we’re from. When we say “Atlanta,” the conversation often focuses on how our city grew five-fold in the last 50 years. More
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Photos: GSU Business Students Face Firsts on Morocco Study Abroad

by Mourad Dakhli Editor's note: View a full photo album of the trip here More

Young African Leaders Return Under Prestigious YALI Program

by Phil Bolton | June 22, 2015 Fifty Mandela Fellows, who will be participating in programs at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University and the School of Business at Clark Atlanta University, will be hosted by the city of Atlanta and its Office of Film and Entertainment at a welcome reception Tuesday evening where they will learn of the city's growth as a center for the film industry. More

Liberia Forges Educational Ties in the Southeast to Create a 'New World'

by Phil Bolton | June 9, 2015 Alabama State University has joined the University Consortium of Liberia, an Atlanta-based non-profit organization strengthening the academic ties between U.S. and Liberian universities. More