3D-Atlanta

Georgia State University sits atop what was once the hub of Atlanta’s African American red-light district, a rich assemblage of blues and rag-time clubs, and the old city jail. Today, Student Innovation Fellows are working to recreate this lost piece of...
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Geo-tagging Underground Atlanta

As part of our efforts to map historic Atlanta, SIF fellows have been geo-tagging a collection of glass plate negative photographs from the 1920’s. These beautiful images provide rare glimpses into the area around the Five Points Metro Station, and are...
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After Malcolm Project to Exhibit at National Civil and Human Rights Museum

Figures like Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X are central to the history of the Black Freedom Struggle; however the larger story of African American Islam before, during, and after the Civil Rights Movement remains to be told. The religious tradition of Islam has been drawn...
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Supporting GSU’s Tradition of Innovation

Georgia State University is developing a national reputation for innovation and excellence in undergraduate education – the U.S. News & World Report, for instance, recently named it the 14th best school in the country at educating undergrads, in company with...
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Areas of Focus

Active Learning Pedagogy

Active Learning Pedagogy

Committed to innovations in hybrid learning, digital literacy, online citizenship and more, these projects are redefining the classroom experience. READ MORE»

Atlanta Connections

Atlanta Connections

Seeking to enrich the world around us by utilizing technology for such purposes as building historical memory, community engagement and more. READ MORE»

Data Mining and Visualizations

Data Mining and Visualizations

Big data is one of the most important transformations of the connected age. SIF fellows support a number of projects exploring new ways of telling stories through data. READ MORE»

Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities

Innovations in the rich world of humanities including interactive learning materials, expansive digital archives, and relationship modeling. READ MORE»

Recent Posts

Geo-tagging Atlanta

As part of our efforts to map historic Atlanta, SIF fellows have been geo-tagging a collection of glass plate negative photographs from the 1920’s. These beautiful images provide rare glimpses into the area around the Five Points Metro Station, and are... read more

The Politics of Virtual Representation

It’s been a whirlwind couple of weeks for me, with lots of travel. The big journey was a dissertation related conference in France, where I had the good fortune to spend three days in the company of a large number of folks interested in the relationship between... read more

Being responsive to the needs of URM students

Recent research has shown that having greater diversity in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, ability, and thought greatly improves the output of ideas in workplace and educational environments. (Incidentally, diversity of thought often comes naturally after ensuring... read more

Infographic Resume

I have been on the job market since September. The academic job market takes just short of forever, and is a HUGE commitment. As a result, I have become curious about other job markets and how they work. I essentially know exactly nothing about how to get a job... read more
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