George Greenidge

Graduate Fellow / Sociology

George R. Greenidge, Jr. is pursuing a doctorate degree in Sociology with a concentration in Race and Urban Studies at Georgia State University (GSU). He recently was an Economic Fellow with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and an Urban Fellow with the GSU Law School’s Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth where he researched urbanization, minority populations, and the interdisciplinary dialogue on urban growth and management issues for cities. At GSU, he serves as the President of the Greatest MINDS Society and participates as a member of the Creative Media Industries Institute (CMII). In his free time, George enjoys the sport of triathloning, traveling abroad, collecting comic books, and taking pictures of urban neighborhoods, downtown architecture, and city landscapes.