CURE at Georgia State

Posted On May 25, 2017

What is a CURE?

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Spring STEM Conference

Posted On October 25, 2016

The STEM Office invites undergraduates to present posters showcasing research or research ideas at the 2017 Undergraduate STEM Conference on March 31st from 1-4 PM on the 5th floor of the Natural Science Center.

This event will be attended by faculty and students who come to learn about your work, provide feedback, and help you… more »


Posted On October 24, 2016

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The Georgia State University Center for STEM Education Initiatives seeks to improve science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning at the University. We use innovations in teaching approaches, implementation… more »

External Funding

Posted On October 24, 2016

External grants focused on university students in the STEM disciplines Ending in 2016

BP-ENDURE-Atlanta: Engaging Undergraduates in Neuroscience Research (NIH 1R25GM097636-01; Dr. Kyle Frantz, PI; $1.7 M; 2011–2016). This project forms a new Neuroscience Education and Training program (NET/work) for undergraduate students from groups currently underrepresented in the sciences. The program is led by Georgia… more »

STEM Scholars

Posted On October 24, 2016

Meet Georgia State’s STEM Scholars — a group of accomplished, talented undergraduates looking to make a difference in the world.

Summer Research STEM Graduates

Johnny Truong

Posted On October 24, 2016
Categories STEM, STEM Scholar

As a senior chemistry major from Norcross, GA, Johnny Truong remembers how he never seriously considered a career in science until his early years in high school. However, after taking a high school chemistry course, he changed his mind on the matter. “Something about chemistry resonated with me so I gave it a chance.”

As… more »

Khoa Nguyen

Posted On October 24, 2016
Categories STEM, STEM Scholar

Moving to the United States has changed Khoa’s life. One of his most memorable experiences was participating in the oath ceremony to become a citizen of the U.S. He recalls the flag was flapping in the wind while standing side by side with fellow citizens-to-be, he was proud to become an American. He credits his… more »

Brandford Adobaw

Posted On October 24, 2016
Categories STEM, STEM Scholar

After hearing his sister recite her mnemonics for the first 20 elements of the periodic table over and over again, Brandford was curious to know everything about these so-called elements. As a fourth grader at Akuse International School in Ghana, he was anxious as to when he could study the elements and all the fascinating… more »