Georgia State Alumna Angelica Guilbeaux Receives Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to South Korea

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 »

Georgia State To Host National Fulbright Foreign Student Conference

ATLANTA, GEORGIA – The School of Public Health at Georgia State University will host the U.S. Department of State-sponsored Fulbright Global Health Innovations Seminar, bringing up to 100 international scholars to campus February 22-26, 2017.

Participants will be first-year Fulbright foreign students from other countries who are studying in master’s or doctoral programs around the… more »

Brazil Task Force Faculty Member Elected to the Board of Directors of the Fulbright Association’s Georgia Chapter

Dr. Christine Stauber, member of the Georgia State University Brazil task force, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Fulbright Association’s Georgia Chapter. For the original article, please visit:

ATLANTA, GEORGIA – Dr. Christine Stauber, assistant professor of environmental health at the School of Public Health at Georgia State University,… more »

South African Culture and Sport Celebrated at VolleyFest Exhibition

ATLANTA, GEORGIA – Recreational Services teamed up with the university’s South Africa task force and the Center for International Business Education and Research for the inaugural VolleyFest exhibition in the Student Recreation Center.  A combination of sports and culture, the event hosted over 200 students, staff, and faculty who celebrated volleyball… more »

International Urban Research Experts Participate in Inaugural Better Cities Conference at Georgia State

ATLANTA, GEORGIA – International urban researchers from partner universities in Hong Kong and South Africa participated in an “idea lab” at Georgia State University to foster collaborative research on the challenges of cities on three continents.

The researchers joined Georgia State scholars at the inaugural Global Partnership for Better Cities conference March 27–29… more »

International Strategies and Goals Discussed at Annual Pan Task Force Meeting

The university’s five emerging-market task forces met for their annual meeting, which brought together the chairs, members, coordinators, as well as International Initiatives’ unit directors, for a review of last year’s initiatives and achievements and to discuss the projects and goals for 2015.

Dr. Jun Liu, the Associate Provost for International Initiatives and leader of the… more »

Pfizer Grants School of Public Health $850k To Combat Smoking In China

Pfizer Inc. has granted nearly $850,000 to Georgia State University’s School of Public Health to partner with Chinese health officials to expand tobacco control efforts to major cities in China.

The grant will support work with officials to develop policies and programs to protect non-smokers from second-hand smoke, encourage smokers to quit and prevent women,… more »

Georgia State Students Show Strong Interest in Education Abroad Opportunities at Bi-annual Fair

Approximately 1300 Panthers attended the fall Study Abroad Fair, where leaders of education abroad programs spent the afternoon helping Georgia State students learn more about the numerous options they have to go global.

This year’s fair featured 39 Georgia State faculty-led programs, 15 program providers, four Georgia State offices, three Georgia State colleges representing over… more »

Funding International Activities

Posted On April 27, 2013



International activities are diverse and varied and to that extent, there are diverse grants and funding sources at  Georgia State can be funded through various funders.  International grant opportunities can be directly or indirectly aligned to funders priorities and as such may be easy or challenging to find.

Georgia State University recognizes… more »