Graduate students from various disciplines across Georgia State recently had the opportunity to share their work at the inaugural Graduate Conference for Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity.
The event, hosted by The Graduate School at Georgia State, featured oral presentations, films, artist talks, musical performances and poster presentations from 150 graduate students. Students from 62 different degree programs participated, representing all of Georgia State’s colleges and schools that have graduate programs. Faculty researchers also participated in a plenary panel focused on “Change Through Scholarship.”
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Noelle Toumey Reetz, Communications Manager, Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development