Created at the start of the twenty-first century, SPIA was conceived as “a new school for a new millennium,” designed to enhance civic engagement, public leadership, scholarship on political institutions and policy, and effective governance.
As he begins his 51st year in the classroom – no he is not retiring – Dr. Bullock remains passionate about the importance of “hands-on” learning. Click below to learn more about how you can get involved in celebrating Dr. Bullock’s five decades at the University of Georgia.
Julie Smith (AB ’00) helps remove financial barriers for students.
“I never want finances to be a barrier for a student trying to pursue an opportunity while at UGA, whether it’s study abroad or an internship.”
Home to the School of Public and International Affairs, Candler Hall sits on the edge of the famed Herty Field. Once a dormitory, Candler has a rich history filled with stories dating back to 1901. In 2003, Candler Hall underwent extensive renovations, restoring its historic features.
By: Shelby Steuart Cambridge Press recently published a study completed by two researchers at the University of California, Irvine, ranking the 4,089 currently tenured or tenure-track political science faculty in
Congratulations to SPIA alumnus Ahmed Okasha for the great honor of being accepted to participate in the Humanitarian Leadership Program, part of the Harvard University Humanitarian Initiative (NNPHL.5)! In 2018,
University of Georgia SPIA Professor Tima Moldogaziev’s article was just published in the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (JPART) yesterday, February 17. Dr. Moldogaziev wrote the article with