Crepaz Wins Meigs
Crepaz Wins Meigs

The University of Georgia has honored five faculty members with its highest recognition for excellence in instruction, the Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professorship. The Meigs Professorship underscores the university’s commitment

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Faculty Profile: Alexa Bankert
Faculty Profile: Alexa Bankert

Where do our political beliefs come from? How does our personal sense of self affect our political beliefs and actions? That’s exactly what Alexa Bankert is figuring out. Bankert, who

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PhD Candidate Courtney Yarbrough Accepts Emory University Offer
PhD Candidate Courtney Yarbrough Accepts Emory University Offer

Congratulations to Courtney Yarbrough, a UGA MPA alumna and soon-to-be PhD graduate, on accepting an offer from Emory University Rollins School of Public Health! Courtney was selected to be a part

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A SPIA Love Story
A SPIA Love Story

By Sydney Juliano As Baldwin Hall undergoes renovation, many of us can reflect on our time spent in the building. For Michael “Sully” Sullivan, one day in Baldwin holds a

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UGA Professor and MPA student Testify at Georgia House
UGA Professor and MPA student Testify at Georgia House

Department of Public Administration and Policy professor, Dr. David Bradford, as well as his daughter and UGA MPA student, Ashley Bradford, presented their research findings on medical marijuana to the

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Faculty Profile: Cas Mudde
Faculty Profile: Cas Mudde

Growing up in the Netherlands, SPIA Professor Cas Mudde never understood why the small amount of radical right political activity was so pervasive in the news. Why was everyone on

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The Monkey Cage Features Dr. Vining
The Monkey Cage Features Dr. Vining

The Washington Post publishes Dr. Rich Vining’s analysis on President Trump’s push for a Supreme Court nominee confirmation. Read about it in the Monkey Cage.

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Madonna, Monogan, & Vining Weigh In on SCOTUS Nominee
Madonna, Monogan, & Vining Weigh In on SCOTUS Nominee

Drs. Anthony Madonna, Jamie Monogan, and Rich Vining explain why the nomination of Neil Gorsuch could slow the Trump agenda train in this article from The Conversation. See what Dr.

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Auer named SPIA Dean
Auer named SPIA Dean

Matthew Auer, a veteran administrator and policy scholar, has been named dean of the University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs. Auer is currently vice president for academic

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Faculty/Student Publish #1 Most Read Health Affairs Article in 2016

Congratulations to Public Administration and Policy professor, Dr. David Bradford and MPA student Ashley Bradford for having the most read article in Health Affairs this year. The father/daughter combo made waves

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