Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (CETL)
The center offers a variety of workshops and consulting services to assist with creating and evaluating courses and academic programs. CETL’s joint resources also include a number of grants, fellowships and programs to encourage effective and inventive teaching. The center’s goal is to provide resources that improve student experiences and help faculty meet students’ learning needs.
Creative Media Industries Institute
The Creative Media Industries Institute (CMII), an interdisciplinary institute introduced in fall 2014, builds on the university’s strengths in media production, research, design, the arts, music management and digital publishing by preparing students for careers that transcend traditional degree programs.
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Next Generation Program
The Next Generation Faculty Program is a successor to the very successful 2CI Program that was in effect from 2011 thorough 2015. It is designed to continue to strengthen and distinguish Georgia State’s faculty research and scholarship in strategic areas over the next five years by adding additional graduate and research faculty.
Second Century Initiative
The 2CI Initiative was a five-year program to add at least 100 new faculty lines between 2010-2015. Its primary goal was to build nationally and internationally recognized strength and critical mass around common research themes to enhance the university’s overall quality, interdisciplinary richness and competitiveness.
Georgia State has a university-wide commitment to student advising and attention to student progress to graduation. The university is nationally recognized as a leader in creating innovative approaches that foster the success of students from all backgrounds. By making student success its highest priority, Georgia State changes lives and contributes to the economic, social and cultural vitality of the state, nation and world.
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