Category Archives: For Faculty

Tracking your scholarly impact

Google Scholar Citations is a great multi-disciplinary citation tracking tool for showing evidence of scholarly impact for promotion and tenure, as well as your CV or faculty page.  In minutes, you can set up a customized page listing your works, … Continue reading

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Unexpected Connections in Digital Collections

Stone Cutters' meeting

The Digital Projects unit of Digital Library Services recently received a request from Special Collections and Archives to digitize a set of ribbons and buttons. These artifacts from the Southern Labor Archives were originally stored in a display case and … Continue reading

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New Publication: Neighborhood Ties, Control, and Crime

Barbara-Warner

Since E. A. Ross’s ([1901] 1929) seminal work at the beginning of the twentieth century, social control has emerged as a central concept in American sociology. Recent research indicates that neighborhoods with high levels of informal social control have lower … Continue reading

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Recent Research by Sociology Professor Wright

GSU Professor Eric Wright

Meet Professor Eric Wright, who joined the GSU Sociology Department and the School of Public Health faculty this past academic year.  Dr. Wright is also a Second Century Initiative (2CI)Faculty in the Atlanta Census Research Data – Health Policy and … Continue reading

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Recent Research by Sociology Professor Acosta

GSU Sociology Professor Katie Acosta

Meet Professor Katie Acosta, who joined the GSU Sociology Department faculty this past academic year. According to her website, Dr. Acosta’s “areas of interest and expertise include Latina/o sexuality, gender, immigration, family and race and ethnicity” and she “frequently teach[es] … Continue reading

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Celebrate National Library Week!

National Library Week image

Help the Georgia State University Library celebrate National Library Week this April 13th-19th! Are you a Twitter-er?  Give the GSU University Library some props and use the hashtag #gsulibrary! Or, if your props need more than 140 characters, add them … Continue reading

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Scholarly Impact Workshops for Faculty and Graduate Students: April 15-17

The final set of scholarly impact workshops for the semester will be held next Tuesday-Thursday from 4:00-5:30pm in Classroom 2 for Arts & Humanities, Sciences, and Social Sciences. Click here to register for the workshop covering your discipline. The content … Continue reading

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40th Anniversary of Hank Aaron’s Record Breaking Home Run

Forty years ago, on April 8, 1974, Atlanta Brave Hank Aaron set the then all-time career record for home runs in Major League Baseball. The record was a significant personal accomplishment by one of baseball’s all-time great players and represented … Continue reading

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2013 Reed Fink Winner to present on April 14, 2014

Lane Windham, winner of the 2013 Reed Fink Award in Southern Labor History will present on her dissertation topic, “Knocking on Labor’s Door: Union Organizing and the Origins of the New Economic Divide (1968-1985)” on Monday, April 14. The presentation … Continue reading

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Emerging Technologies for Online Learning Conference–April 9-11

    Streamed Live on Campus Aderhold, Room 423       Attend all of the sessions or drop by for the ones that most interest you. No registration necessary. Seating is limited to 25, so come early to ensure … Continue reading

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