UGA’s Associate Provost for Academic Planning, Dr. Jerry Legge, will spend part of the summer and fall touring a number of communities with the Georgia Holocaust … Read more →
SPIA's 2012 Presidential Election Panel, (L-R) Jamal Simmons, Mary Kate Cary, Ralph Reed, Richard Belcher, and Cynthia Tucker.
Student interns in UGA's Washington Semester Program get a firsthand look at life in Washington D.C.
The Carter Presidency - Lessons for the 21st Century
Stefanie A. Lindquist, an associate dean at the University of Texas at Austin and a scholar who works at the interface of law and politics, has … Read more →
March 22-24. “The American Constitution: 225th Anniversary of the Ratification.” Sponsored by Dr. Keith Dougherty of SPIA’s Department of Political Science, Dr. Peter Hoffer (History), and Dr. Keith Poole (Political Science), this conference brings together scholars … Read more →
The School of Public and International Affairs has recently created an alumni page on Facebook under the group name UGA SPIA Alumni. We hope you will join the group! You will find it to be a great place to network with fellow alumni and former professors, as well as stay connected to the School of Public and International Affairs.
“I greatly appreciate the generous support of those who have made the SPIA Study Abroad Scholarship possible, and hope that this fund continues so that others may be able to participate in life-changing study abroad opportunities … Giving changes our students lives. Would you like to learn how you can help? →