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If you’re in need of any kind of research assistance, the University Library is here to help you. Are you struggling to find books or articles on a topic, or have you been asked to find scholarly or peer-reviewed sources? … Continue reading

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Presentation on Vietnam’s ‘Perfect Spy’ by Dean Larry Berman

Dr. Larry Berman, Founding Dean of the Georgia State University Honors College, will be giving a talk on Vietnam reporter Pham Xuan An entitled ‘The Perfect Spy’. The event is free, and will be held on Thursday, February 6th from … Continue reading

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Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference 2014

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It’s almost time again for GSURC! The 2014 Georgia State University Undergraduate Research Conference will be held on April 10, 2014 in the Student Center. All undergraduates at GSU are invited to submit presentation proposals for their scholarly or creative … Continue reading

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Current Research on HPV Vaccines

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is an often undetected sexually transmitted disease that impacts over half of the population. However, research shows that vaccines released in 2006 are beginning to have a dramatic impact on the rates of infection and on … Continue reading

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CDC on the “End of Antibiotics”

Recently, PBS Frontline released an interview from Dr. Arjun Srinivasan, an associate director at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In the interview, Dr. Srinivasan states that antibiotics are becoming less and less useful, and that we may have helped … Continue reading

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Get Live Help Online from Your Friends at the Library

It’s a brand new semester, and many of you are looking for books, checking reserves, or even starting on research projects.  Any time you need help in or related to the Library, look on the right-hand side of the our … Continue reading

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Florence Nightingale and National Nurses Week

May 6th through May 12th this year has been designated as National Nurses Week by the American Nurses Association. The week ends on May 12th, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. Nightingale is commonly dubbed the “founder of modern nursing,” and is also … Continue reading

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Need Help? Get it Online from the Library.

The end of the semester is approaching, and you’re probably working on research and reading assignments! Don’t forget that you can get live online research help from your friends at the University Library. Any time you see this chat box … Continue reading

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Social Work Student Wins Torch of Peace Award

Jamie Redding

Georgia State University undergraduate Honors student Jamie Redding was recently honored with the Martin Luther King Torch of Peace Award for her work in the field of social work. Jamie was nominated by the School of Social Work for her … Continue reading

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Preventing Elder Abuse

The Atlanta Journal Constitution has recently highlighted a social problem here in the Atlanta area: exploitation of the elderly and disabled. This abuse can be psychological or physical, and can severely damage the quality and length of an individual’s final … Continue reading

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