Six arrests, four overdoses, four detoxes, three inpatient rehabs, three outpatient rehabs and countless halfway houses in five years. That was the life of Alexandra Armbruster (J.D. ’20) after dropping out of Princeton University. She left college when the early stages of alcohol and drug addiction began affecting her behavior and grades.
“I got back… more »
The Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan professional organization that provides training, information, and networking opportunities to 9,000 environmental professionals in 65 countries. The Association’s goals are to strengthen the environmental profession, expand scientific and technological responses to environmental concerns, and assist professionals in critical environmental decision making to benefit… more »
Trina Holloway, acquisitions/serials librarian, has been awarded the Rose Robischon Scholarship from NASIG (North American Serials Interest Group Inc.), an independent, international organization committed to promoting communication and sharing of ideas about serial publications. The scholarship will cover the costs for Holloway to attend the NASIG annual conference in Washington, D.C., in May.
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Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Debra Bernes will be remembered through a $45,946 gift to Georgia State University College of Law to create a scholarship fund for law students hoping to pursue public service careers.
The judge, who died in 2010, was a president of the Cobb County Bar Association and a longtime prosecutor and… more »
Atlanta Business Chronicle Friday, Jan. 11
Private money helps GSU grow, aid students.
“We’re all familiar with the phrase ‘no two fingerprints are alike.’ But there’s actually no science to back up this assumption,” says Jessica Gabel, Assistant Professor of Law, who has taken her research interests in forensic evidence abroad.
From Poland to Taiwan to Australia, she has been giving lectures, meeting with government officials and collecting… more »
Thirty years is a short history for a law school, but long enough for impassioned professors to make a lasting impact – even in careers cut short by illness.
At Georgia State University’s College of Law, which was founded in 1982, two early faculty members continue to inspire and influence their peers through annual awards… more »
Atlanta—Dean Steven Kaminshine presented two faculty members with awards in recognition of impressive accomplishment in writing and teaching during a gathering on Thursday afternoon. Associate Professor of Law Russell D. Covey will receive the Patricia T. Morgan Award for Outstanding Faculty Scholarship, and Professor of Law Paul S. Milich has been chosen for… more »
ATLANTA — Georgia State University College of Law Professor Paul A. Lombardo has been named as a consultant to the Living Archives on Eugenics in Western Canada, a project based at the University of Alberta (Edmonton). The five-year project (2010-2015) is funded by a $1 million grant from the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.… more »