Singh and SPIA Student Collaborate on How Issue Framing Affects Beliefs about Climate Change Policy across Ideological and Partisan Groups
Singh and SPIA Student Collaborate on How Issue Framing Affects Beliefs about Climate Change Policy across Ideological and Partisan Groups

By Marli Collier Dr. Shane Singh, an associate professor in the Department of International Affairs, has published a paper analyzing how issue framing shapes beliefs about the importance of climate

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Faculty Profile: Michael Lynch
Faculty Profile: Michael Lynch

By Marli Collier  67% of people prefer lice over it. 56% of people prefer root canals over it. 57% prefer used car salesmen over it. What is “it”? It’s what

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Dr. Igor Khripunov presents at annual nuclear security meeting
Dr. Igor Khripunov presents at annual nuclear security meeting

CITS Distinguished Fellow Dr. Igor Khripunov was in Vienna, Austria the week of July 24th to speak at the annual meeting of the International Nuclear Security Education Network (INSEN) at

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PhD Student Invited to Presidential Luncheon
PhD Student Invited to Presidential Luncheon

Department of Public Administration PhD student Jekyung Lee was invited to the presidential luncheon for Korean-Americans by the 19th President of South Korea Moon Jae-In in Washington D.C.. President Moon

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Alumni Profile: Douglas Harden’s Journey from SPIA to the DOE
Alumni Profile: Douglas Harden’s Journey from SPIA to the DOE

By Marli Collier “I definitely had a moment a few years ago when I was downtown and walked outside the Department of Energy Headquarters building, known formally as the James

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CITS researchers publish chapter on bio-risk management culture
CITS researchers publish chapter on bio-risk management culture

CITS Distinguished Fellow Dr. Igor Khripunov and CITS Graduate Research Assistant Ms. Danielle Williams, along with Mr. Nikita Smidovich at Columbia University, have co-authored a chapter entitled “Bio-risk Management Culture:

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India Fights Rebels with Jobs Program
India Fights Rebels with Jobs Program

A UGA study shows world’s largest anti-poverty program is succeeding politically, not economically Athens, Ga. — Economic programs can be an effective way for governments to fight insurgents, according to

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SPIA celebrates five 40 under 40 honorees
SPIA celebrates five 40 under 40 honorees

SPIA is proud to announce that five alumni will be recognized this fall as recipients of the UGA Alumni Association’s 40 under 40 award. This award, given annually, recognizes successful

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CITS hosts training for East Asia Fellows
CITS hosts training for East Asia Fellows

From June 12 -24, CITS hosted a group of visiting government officials from Pakistan, India and China. The fellows, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, spent two weeks in

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Faculty Profile: Amanda Murdie
Faculty Profile: Amanda Murdie

By Marlin Collier For a person unfamiliar to the field, reading the abbreviations “IR,” “INGOs,” and “HR” might have you overwhelmingly crying “SOS.” But Dr. Amanda Murdie is here to

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