Stephen Fusco – New Life in a New Career

Stephen Fusco was a successful corporate lawyer for 12 years, working long hours but making a good salary. But something was terribly wrong.

“I never felt I was making a difference in the world,” he admits. “I was just helping large companies make more money.”

He reached a tipping point while working overtime on unfulfilling… more »

Using Instructional Design at the CDC to Educate Public Health Professionals

Prior to applying to Georgia State’s Instructional Design & Technology (IDT) master’s program, I conducted face-to-face classroom trainings as a training specialist for about a year. I enjoyed my position, however I realized I preferred designing courses as opposed to facilitating classes.

Early Exposure to Educational Technology Leads to Career in Instructional Design

I started my career as a lab manager while I was an undergraduate at Southern Polytechnic State University (now known as Kennesaw State University’s College of Engineering and Engineering Technology), providing faculty with technology and development training.

Speech-Language Pathologist Passionate About Treating Kids with Brain Trauma

After completing my bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) at the University of Alabama, I immediately enrolled in Georgia State’s CSD master’s degree program.