Georgia State Selects Research Clusters In the Fourth Round of the Next Generation Program
Georgia State University has selected three new research clusters as part of the fourth round of its ambitious Next Generation Program, dedicated to boosting the university’s reputation for pioneering, interdisciplinary research and scholarship.
The Next Generation Program is the successor to the Second Century Initiative (2CI), which attracted high-caliber faculty who lead in their fields of expertise.
Since 2009, these initiatives have brought more than 100 faculty who helped to establish high-profile institutes and centers; 2CI and the Next Generation Program have also enhanced existing centers and institutes at the university that were established prior to the two initiatives.
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