As a graduate student in SPIA, there are multiple ways to stay involved.
AMERICAN FOUNDING GROUP
The American Founding Group at the University of Georgia studies the origins of the American republic from a variety of scholarly perspectives, reviewing studies from the disciplines of political science, political theory, history, law, and economics, among others. Our group meets monthly to critique and discuss works from John Locke to Pauline Maier in an effort to broaden our understanding of the American founding and its effects on liberty. We occasionally invite guest scholars to participate and provide an invaluable service reading and critiquing the research of our members. Membership is open to those who want to learn more about the American founding and are willing to spend the time to read outside of their regular classes.
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DOCTORAL STUDENTS FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
GEORGIA STUDENTS FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
The Georgia Students for Public Administration (GSPA) strive to help all students of public administration and policy at the University of Georgia build social and academic networks during and after their tenure at the University. By fostering friendship and by integrating socially and academically our diverse student body, we hope to encourage students not just to learn their chosen profession but also to form lasting bonds with their peers, faculty, staff, and community
Jacob Wingate, President
Ryan Fleming, Treasurer
Cana Carroll, Co-Chair, Service & Banquet Committee
Kristen Hill, Co-Chair, Service & Banquet Committee
Michelle Nguyen, Chair, Social Committee
Jay Still, Chair, Professional Development & Policy Competition Committee
GRADUATE STUDENTS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
President: Tara Trask
Social Chair: Matt Bufford
Occasional Lackey: Steven Walter
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