Thu, January 29, 2015

SPIA In 60 Seconds

  • Professor Diehl Delivers Lecture

    Paul F. Diehl, the Henning Larsen Professor of Political Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and President-elect of the International Studies Association (ISA), delivered an invited talk at the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) at the University of Georgia entitled: “Not Taking One Thing at a Time: The Interdependence of Peace Operation Outcomes.” The talk detailed an ambitious new research agenda on the short- and long-term effectiveness of global peacekeeping and peacebuilding measures. This new agenda intends to answer important theoretical and policy-related questions about the use of peacekeeping operations through international organizations such as the United Nations and to improve their overall effectiveness in the long-run.

  • We Are SPIA

    2014 was an exciting year for the School of Public and International Affairs. Our departments and faculty continue to win top honors for their powerful teaching and productive research. From recieving the university's highest recognition for superior instruction to presenting research on security policy with the United States Strategic Command, our school never ceases to amaze. For a review of the year, please click here and consider supporting your alma mater this holiday season!

  • JOIN the Crowd

    Donate to help get students from the arches of UGA to study abroad programs in Italy and Asia! Give online to support SPIA’s mission of international education. Watch as your gift helps move the arches across the map as students Bilan Ali and Rita Ebhaleme get closer to their fundraising goals for supporting study abroad programs.

Outreach

CITS formalizes relationship with Chulalongkorn University

Jan 2015 On January 27, 2015, as part of a CBRN Stakeholders’ Conference, CITS faculty and researchers delivered a memorandum of understanding between the University of Georgia and the Faculty of Engineering at Chulalongkorn University. CITS delivered the comprehensive memorandum of understanding to the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand.

Student Organizations

UGA Model UN to Host High School Conference

Jan 2015 On February 6-8, 2015, the University of Georgia Model UN team will host its annual conference, UGAMUNC XXI. The conference is open to high school teams and operates a traditional-style, consisting of three standard General Assemblies (GA’s 1, 3, and 4, respectively), the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, and the UN Security Council. The ultimate goal is to show that diplomacy involved complex, structured debate that will, at its best, produce effective resolutions.

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Up Close

  • Bruno, Jessie

    Major: Public Policy

    Cornwell, Christopher

    Affiliated Professor

    Jiang, Mengdi

  • Bradford, W. David

    Busbee Chair in Public Policy

    W. David Bradford, Ph.D. is the Busbee Chair in Public Policy in the Department of Public Administration and Policy at the University of Georgia. A significant component of Dr. Bradford’s current research involves the origins of time and risk preferences, and their effects on health care related...

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    Ionno, Linnea

    Major: Higher Education and Nonprofit Management

    My name is Linnea Ionno and I am currently pursuing a Master of Public Administration at the University of Georgia with specializations in nonprofit management and higher education administration....

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    Stewart, Shelly

  • Bertsch, Gary K.

    University Professor Emeritus

    Aultman, Casey

    Major: Higher Education Administration

    By day, I work at the crossroads of government decision-making and higher education administration. In my free time, I try to capture as much inspiration as I can to make sure my job continues to make a difference in an innovative way....

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Events

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Jan 30

Forum: “Alliances, Regime Types and Asymmetric Bargaining”

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Feb 20

Speaker: Michael Munger “The Anatomy of Government Failure:  Substance, Process, and Behavior”

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Baldwin Hall, Room 302

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Mar 2

Deadline for submitting requests for transfer of credit for May 2015 graduation

5:00 pm

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Mar 3

Susette M. Talarico Lecture

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Mar 6

Speaker: Ralph Ketchm

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Baldwin Hall, Room 302

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Mar 13

Deadline for doctoral students to submit information for May 2015 Commencement program

5:00 pm

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Mar 20

Speaker: Timothy Meyer

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Mar 27

Speaker: Ken Kollman “A Comprehensive Theory of the Dynamics of Partisanship”

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Baldwin Hall, Room 302

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Apr 6

Deadline for submitting thesis or dissertation for a format check for May 2015 graduation

5:00 pm

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Apr 10

SPIA Networking Night