Author Archives: Laura Carscaddon

Printing changes on campus

Print dialog changes

This week there have been important changes made to the printing system on campus, including the computers in the library. The most important part of this change affects the information you enter when sending something to the printer.  As a … Continue reading

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Alicia Philipp keynotes Fall 2013 Commencement

Alicia Philipp

Alicia Philipp will keynote Georgia State University’s Fall 2013 Commencement.  Philipp is President of The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta and is an alumnus of both Emory University and Georgia State University. Philip was named one of the 100 Most … Continue reading

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Library Celebrates the Recent Scholarship of our 12 Distinguished Professors

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Georgia State University’s first class of Distinguished University Professors was recently named. This honor is designed to “recognize professors who have track records of exemplary scholarship in their respective fields of study, and whose research and teaching trajectories demonstrate a … Continue reading

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Researching China?

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The growth of China has been a major topic in recent years, and it is an area that our students, faculty and staff have expressed interest in. From the 2CI cluster in Chinese Studies to the Confucius Institute, research on … Continue reading

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Dr. Karl Gerth to speak on Chinese consumerism April 18

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Karl Gerth will speak on China’s economic transformation and the resulting impact on Chinese consumers during a talk at Georgia State University at 3:00 PM April 18. Dr. Gerth is an expert on Chinese consumerism and an historian at Oxford … Continue reading

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Bloomberg terminals in the library

Bloomberg Terminal

As you come back into the library this semester, you might notice two dual-monitor computer stations on Library North near the Research Support desk  and wonder just what those machines are for.  These two new stations are Bloomberg Terminals, now  … Continue reading

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