Dr. Moldogaziev Wins Best Article Award
Dr. Moldogaziev Wins Best Article Award

Dr. Tima Moldogaziev, along with co-authors Dr. Sharon N. Kioko and Dr. W. Bartley Hildreth, have been chosen to receive the Jesse Burkhead Award for 2018. The Burkhead Award is

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MPA and PhD Alumna Wins Award
MPA and PhD Alumna Wins Award

MPA and PhD alumnae Dr. Megan LePere-Schloop won the 2018 Best Dissertation Award for the Academy of Management. Her dissertation titled, “The Logic of Identity-Focused Organizational Change: Research Based on

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2017-2018 SPIA Professors Awards and Honors
2017-2018 SPIA Professors Awards and Honors

In the 2017-2018 academic year, SPIA faculty members were awarded fifteen fellowships, awards, and honors through the University of Georgia and the University System of Georgia. Congratulations to all our

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American Founding Group names Undergraduate Paper Competition winners
American Founding Group names Undergraduate Paper Competition winners

The American Founding Group invited undergraduate students to submit papers for its first annual Undergraduate Paper Competition. The competition welcomed papers discussing any topic related to American Founding Era, including

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Dr. Khripunov publishes textbook on nuclear security culture
Dr. Khripunov publishes textbook on nuclear security culture

CITS Distinguished Fellow Dr. Igor Khripunov recently published a textbook entitled “Nuclear Security Culture: The State of Play,” for the International Nuclear Security Education Network (INSEN) supported by the International

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Professor Monogan wins Creative Research Medal
Professor Monogan wins Creative Research Medal

Original story in UGA Today. Jamie Monogan, an associate professor in the School of Public and International Affairs, has contributed to the study of environmental policy by uniquely analyzing geographic

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MIP Student to Intern at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
MIP Student to Intern at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Second year Master of International Policy (MIP) student, Valeriia Lozova, recently accepted a Research Intern position at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington D.C.. Founded in 1910, Carnegie is the

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MIP Student Accepted to NNSS Summer Course
MIP Student Accepted to NNSS Summer Course

First year Master of International Policy (MIP) student, Samuel McCoy, was recently accepted to attend the Nuclear Nonproliferation, Safeguards, and Security (NNSS) Summer Course at the Brookhaven National Laboratory in

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SPIA Strong
SPIA Strong

By Caroline Paris Paczkowski — Dhruti Contractor  In 2017, “Wonder Woman” hit theaters around the world. We are here to tell you, Diana has nothing on Dr. Dhruti Contractor. Dhruti

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Beyond 2016: The Rise of Negative Partisanship in American Politics
Beyond 2016: The Rise of Negative Partisanship in American Politics

By Alexa Bankert, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science What does it mean to be a Republican? A large share of GOP supporters used to answer this question with references

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