The College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to release its annual report for 2011-12. The report, which is available online, details the accomplishments of the college’s faculty, students and staff, with a particular focus on Arts and Sciences contributions to the university’s strategic plan.
Highlights of the past year in the College of Arts and Sciences included the following:
- The arrival of a new dean, William Long, from the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
- GSU awarding more bachelor’s degrees to black students than any other nonprofit institution in the country (roughly half of which were A&S graduates).
- The creation of five new combined B.A./M.A. programs, each a collaboration between Computer Science or Mathematics and Statistics and the Robinson College of Business.
- The addition of five new Second Century Initiative research clusters; and the establishment of seven new cooperative agreements with universities overseas.
- Faculty members brought in more than $25 million in external grants during the year.
To download the annual report 2011-2012, or to read annual reports from earlier years, click here