Researchers Study One Million Years Of Precipitation History To Gain Insights Into South Asian Monsoon
Published November 15, 2018 in News Hub
The force of the South Asian Monsoon – a weather pattern that affects the lives of several billion people – is more sensitive to warming in the southern hemisphere than scientists previously thought, according to a new study by an international team of climate researchers.
New study examines lives of Transgender people in the American South.
LGBTQ Institute, Georgia State Release New Survey Of LGBTQ Southerners
Published November 15, 2018 in News Hub
The wide-ranging study found that the most common forms of discrimination for LGBTQ people in the South were being subject to slurs and jokes, rejection by friends and family and places of worship, and poor service at places of business.
Researcher Gets Grant To Study How Brain Controls Eating Behavior
Published November 13, 2018 in News Hub
Dr. Marise Parent, professor and associate director of the Neuroscience Institute at Georgia State University, has received a three-year, $1.2 million federal grant to study how brain areas involved in memory control eating behavior.

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Researchers Study One Million Years Of Precipitation History To Gain Insights Into South Asian Monsoon
Published November 15, 2018 in News Hub
The force of the South Asian Monsoon – a weather pattern that affects the lives of several billion people – is more sensitive to warming in the southern hemisphere than scientists previously thought, according to a new study by an international team of climate researchers.
New study examines lives of Transgender people in the American South.
LGBTQ Institute, Georgia State Release New Survey Of LGBTQ Southerners
Published November 15, 2018 in News Hub
The wide-ranging study found that the most common forms of discrimination for LGBTQ people in the South were being subject to slurs and jokes, rejection by friends and family and places of worship, and poor service at places of business.
Researcher Gets Grant To Study How Brain Controls Eating Behavior
Published November 13, 2018 in News Hub
Dr. Marise Parent, professor and associate director of the Neuroscience Institute at Georgia State University, has received a three-year, $1.2 million federal grant to study how brain areas involved in memory control eating behavior.

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