CLARKSTON, Ga. – A new Georgia State University mentoring program pairs young adults who are refugees and immigrants with seasoned college students who have roots in the international community.
Called the Mentoring Initiative for New Americans (MINA), its goal is to help new Americans learn English, navigate the often-confusing college admissions process and provide social… more »
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Angelica Guilbeaux, an alumna of Georgia State University, has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to South Korea as an English teaching assistant, the U.S. Department of State and the F. William Fulbright Scholarship Board have announced.
Recipients of Fulbright awards are selected based on academic and professional achievement as… more »
The fear of the unknown is real. Just ask Grace Lee.
A second-generation Korean-America, she grew up in the suburbs of Georgia and was never immersed in the Korean culture or language.
This will all change come July, when Lee, a public policy graduate of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies (B.S. ‘12)… more »
By William Inman/Georgia State University Magazine Photo by Steve Thackston
During World War II when Hideko Kato was 13 years old, U.S. forces firebombed her home during an air raid of Tokyo. Just a few years later, during the U.S. occupation of Japan, she found herself working for U.S. Gen. Douglas McArthur in… more »