Marise Parent: Faculty Undergraduate Research Award Winner

Dr. Marise Parent never imagined a career in neuroscience. During her own undergraduate years, she was determined to become a clinical psychologist. After begrudgingly enrolling in two neuroscience courses to fulfill her requirements, she stepped into an entirely life-changing experience. From here, she redirected her focus to the brain and never looked back.

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Culture shock: From Japan to Georgia State

This article is part of Generation Georgia State, a series that highlights the academic, personal and career accomplishments of Georgia State students, alumni, faculty and staff who are the first in their families to attend college.

When Kyla Robinson graduates this spring, there will be one important person missing from the crowd: her father. Four… more »