Past Issues

Spring 2012

Happy Tails


Students in Felicia Baiden’s (B.Ed. ’07) kindergarten class and Courtney Roberts’ (B.Ed. ’10) second grade class at Cary Reynolds Elementary School imagined what one of their favorite teachers will do when he retires this year, and they came up with a number of ideas. Spending time with family, going to the beach and taking time…

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The Guest List


Debbie Rodkin (M.B.A. ’00), executive director of RE:FOCUS on Careers, an Atlanta networking organization, shares her top 10 career networking etiquette tips.

The Advocate


Deafness hasn’t stopped Alicia Lenon from helping others with disabilities.

Class Notes


Class notes are the perfect way to share your news with friends and classmates. Read about your classmates in this issue of GSU Magazine, then share your own news, achievements, accomplishments and photos. Mail your class notes to GSU Magazine, P.O. Box 3983, Atlanta, GA 30302-3983 or e-mail them to winman@gsu.edu. 1960s William Buchanan (B.A.…

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The Honeycutts

Brains in the Family


Inspired by their daughter, a couple gives to support the minds behind Neuroscience The Honeycutts established a fellowship for the GSU Neuroscience Institute.No parent wants the phone to ring late at night. When Georganne Honeycutt (M.B.A.’80) went to bed that evening in 2008, she knew her adult daughter, Claire, had left for a conference for…

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A Portrait of Courage


Atlanta judge played a key role in the Civil Rights revolution.

Global: Sara Allegra


Highlighting the good works of GSU around the world

Local: Jumpstart Atlanta


Highlighting the good works of GSU in Georgia and in the community.