Whether you have news to share with the Georgia State community or a regional, national or global audience, we’re here to work with you. Do you know a student, graduate, professor or any other Panther with an exceptional story? We want to hear from you.
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Find a university communicator to help you tell your story.
The Georgia State News Hub provides a central resource for sharing compelling stories, promoting our world-class research, raising the visibility of the university and highlighting student, faculty and alumni achievements while also serving as an archival resource. News Hub content appears in a wide range of channels, including the university and college news hubs, the university and college home pages, email, Amplify, social media and media outlets.
The Georgia State Research Magazine is a biannual publication dedicated to communicating and promoting the high level of research at Georgia State, as well as the outstanding accomplishments of its faculty.
This biweekly newsletter highlights a host of activities and events across the university. The newsletter is compiled using events posted on the university calendar. Events that are already posted on the calendar can also be submitted.
The Georgia State University Magazine is the university’s flagship publication. A quarterly, it’s mailed three times a year and distributed electronically once annually to more than 100,000 alumni, students, faculty and staff. The magazine informs the university and alumni communities about the high level of academic achievement, research, scholarship, teaching and service at Georgia State, as well as the outstanding accomplishments of its alumni and its diverse student body.
News from Georgia State is a digital newsletter sent weekly to faculty and staff and to external audiences who opt in to receive it. It is a round-up of the top stories produced by Public Relations and Marketing Communications, aimed at entertaining and informing the Georgia State community.
Reach out to a communications professional in your college or school or in Public Relations and Marketing Communications’ central office for help with strategies for getting your story to the right audience in the most effective way.