Amazing Student Victoria Barker
Amazing Student Victoria Barker

The doors of opportunity kept opening for Victoria Barker, through undergrad and now law school, taking her to Canada, Eastern Europe and Russia. Her commitment now is to help people

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CITS co-hosted proliferation awareness seminar in Kenya
CITS co-hosted proliferation awareness seminar in Kenya

CITS researchers were in Naivasha, Kenya co-hosting a proliferation awareness seminar (May 8 – 11) in cooperation with the government of Kenya. The event, sponsored by the U.S. Export Control and

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CITS researchers publish in Strategic Trade Review
CITS researchers publish in Strategic Trade Review

Brian Starks and Christopher Tucker recently published an article on the export control compliance efforts of U.S. universities in the latest issue of Strategic Trade Review.  The Strategic Trade Review

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Local Nonprofit Fuels Pre-Finals Coffee Break
Local Nonprofit Fuels Pre-Finals Coffee Break

On Reading Day, SPIA hosted its second annual “Pups and Perks” event. For the students, staff and faculty at SPIA, the day before finals is a hectic time. What better

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Alumna Wins Award for Local Government Excellence
Alumna Wins Award for Local Government Excellence

Congratulations to our alumna, Betsy Fretwell, for winning the Thomas H. Muehlenbeck Award for Excellence for Innovation in Local Government and being recognized at the Alliance for Innovation 2017 Transforming Local

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SPIA public administration ranked first in global study
SPIA public administration ranked first in global study

The University of Georgia ranked number one in the world for public administration in a new international study by The Center for World University Rankings. These rankings measure the quality

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SPIA Students Win National Policy Competition with Life Saving App
SPIA Students Win National Policy Competition with Life Saving App

Athens, GA –  Challenged by the public health threat of distracted driving among teens, students from the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) and the College

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More access to opioid treatment programs needed in Southeast
More access to opioid treatment programs needed in Southeast

In 2015, more than 30,000 Americans died from overdosing on opioids, and a new study led by the University of Georgia shows that one of the hardest hit populations-low-income Americans

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CITS staff in Panama for nonproliferation seminar
CITS staff in Panama for nonproliferation seminar

Dr. Michael Beck and Mr. Christopher Tucker were in Panama City, Panama from March 23-March 24 to support an EXBS-sponsored regional nonproliferation awareness workshop. The workshop brought together officials from around Central

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CITS hosts enterprise outreach in India
CITS hosts enterprise outreach in India

CITS has been engaged in India for over a decade, conducting export control related workshops and training programs, particularly for the hi-tech industry. The latest program was conducted on March

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