News

mona

Finance Major Wins Andrew Young School Be the Change Contest

Posted On April 12, 2017
Categories News

Mona Khalef, a senior finance major, is the winner of this year’s Be the Change contest sponsored by the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies. Georgia State students were invited to submit proposals in the form of a New Year’s resolution describing how they would use the $1,000 grant awarded to make the world a… more »

Unparalleled Opportunity

Posted On April 7, 2017
Categories News

Carissa Lavin has her sights set on making a difference. She’s chosen housing discrimination as a research topic, and her eyes are set on law school after finishing her bachelor’s degree. Someday, she’d like to run for office. She’s making a difference now, helping to care for children of a mother who has cancer.

The Young Diplomat

Posted On February 26, 2017
Categories News

Kalif Robinson, a senior economics major in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies is the university’s first Rangel Graduate Fellow.

Big Breaks

Posted On January 30, 2017
Categories News

From Atlanta to Tinseltown, on Broadway and in cartoons, these young Panthers are finding significant showbiz success

14-0126

Jane Daquin

criminal justice

Georgia State Students Receive Southern Criminal Justice Association Annual Awards

Posted On January 18, 2017 by Divinitee Barr
Categories News

ATLANTA—Jane Daquin and Samantha Donovan were honored with the Southern Criminal Justice Association’s (SCJA) 2016 Outstanding Graduate and Undergraduate Student awards in December.

Daquin received the 2016 Outstanding Graduate Student Award. She is a Ph.D. candidate and a teaching/research assistant in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies’ Department of Criminal Justice and… more »