Past Issues

Winter 2011

Pain Relief


Professor aims to uncover more about migraine headaches

Life in the Lab: Hanjing Peng


Hanjing Peng is a doctoral student in the lab of Binghe Wang, chair of the Department of Chemistry.

Active Impact


Cathy Henson Cathy Henson (J.D. ’89) admits she was skeptical when Georgia State first announced the creation of a football program in early 2008. Now, with nearly two seasons of Panther football on the books, any doubts she had as to the merits of adding the sport have been erased. “Football has value to the…

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The Angler’s Anecdote


For as far back as he can remember, Jimmy Jacobs (B.A.’70) has had a passion for the outdoors.

Community Serving


In this issue, we celebrate those in the GSU community who are working to make a better Atlanta and a better world for us all.

Science Mentor


  Kimberly Agnew-Heard Kimberly Agnew-Heard spent years of hard work earning her two degrees (B.S.’92, Ph.D. ’02) in chemistry from GSU. Now, the research scientist is giving back to future scientists by volunteering to help educate the next generation. “STEM [science, technology, engineering and mathematics] education is very near and dear to my heart,” Agnew-Heard…

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Student Q&A: Jessica Diaz


Jessica Diaz, a senior journalism major, recently gained an internship at Coca-Cola in Istanbul, Turkey.

The Guest List


Leslie Gordon, director of the Rialto Center for the Arts, shares her top 10 Rialto events she is most looking forward to enjoying with the GSU community. The Rialto is celebrating 95 years in downtown Atlanta and 15 years as GSU’s home for the arts.