The College of Arts and Sciences includes a variety of formal and informal groups focused on improving services in specific functional areas or professional clusters. Personnel engaged in communication initiatives, advisement and other student services, research support, budget management, human resources, and other areas met regularly, share resources, engage in planning, develop skills, and collaborate on common pursuits.
- Public/media relations
- Graphic design and editorial services
- Video and other electronic media development
- Website management
- External and alumni affairs
The CPN holds regular meetings that include training sessions, guest speakers, updates on current developments in this area, and opportunities for attendees to share best practices.If you are interested in joining, please contact Ann Claycombe at email@example.com.
- Academic advisement
- Recruitment and admissions
- Internship and experiential learning support
- Scheduling and curriculum development
- Student information management
- International programs support
- Student communication
The SSN holds regular meetings that include training sessions, guest speakers, planning efforts, updates on current developments in this area, and opportunities for attendees to share best practices. Enhancing academic advisement services and improving retention, progression, and graduation rates are major areas of focus for the group.
University Training Links:
Organizational Development and Consultant Services
ODCS, which is part of Human Resources, provides an enormous variety of training, from certificate programs for office professionals and managers, to wellness classes in areas like yoga and meditation.
The Exchange is a one-stop shop for faculty and staff seeking software training or buying equipment. The exchange also loans out a variety of equipment, including video cameras, iPads and microphones, and has an in-house recording studio that staff can reserve and use.
Lynda.com is an online, video-based technology training service that is free for Georgia State employees. Courses cover software ranging from Microsoft Office to Adobe Creative Suite to specialist software like Final Cut Pro.