Meet the Board: Betsy Bradfield (AB ’17, ABJ ’17)
Meet the Board: Betsy Bradfield (AB ’17, ABJ ’17)

Betsy Bradfield (AB ’17, ABJ ’17) is the Political Affairs Manager for the Georgia Association of REALTORS® where she applies what she learned at UGA to advocate for her association’s

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Defense treaties affect support of military action 
Defense treaties affect support of military action 

Originally published in UGA Today Public cites moral obligation to keep promises, even if it costs lives By Leigh Beeson Athens, Ga. – With tensions continuing to grow between Ukraine and

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The Handbook on Migration and Welfare Preview
The Handbook on Migration and Welfare Preview

Dr. Markus Crepaz, Professor of International Affairs in the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Georgia has a new book debuting this winter. The Handbook on

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Inaugural UGA Energy Outlook Recap
Inaugural UGA Energy Outlook Recap

Earlier this month, the University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), College of Engineering, and the Center for International Trade and Security (CITS) hosted the inaugural UGA

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Meet the Board: Leanna Brown (AB ’10, MIP ’12)
Meet the Board: Leanna Brown (AB ’10, MIP ’12)

Leanna Brown (AB ’10, MIP ’12) is grateful for the opportunities the School of Public and International Affairs offered during her time as a student. As a member of the

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Fall 2021 Letter from International Affairs Department Head
Fall 2021 Letter from International Affairs Department Head

Dear International Affairs Alumni and Friends, It has been a year of unprecedented challenges for the world community. My colleagues and I in the Department of International Affairs have reflected

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SPIA professor links terror attacks to social desirability bias in new article
SPIA professor links terror attacks to social desirability bias in new article

By: Rachael Andrews In his most recent research article, “Threat-Inducing Violent Events Exacerbate Social Desirability Bias in Survey Responses,” Dr. Shane Singh, along with his co-author, investigates the connection between

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SPIA community seeks to advance diversity and inclusion with new initiative

By: Rachael Andrews The Department of International Affairs has established a Diversity and Inclusion Working Group, which began in Fall 2020. The working group is dedicated to enhancing diversity, equity,

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SPIA professor studies the rise of far-right candidates in the 2018 Brazil election
SPIA professor studies the rise of far-right candidates in the 2018 Brazil election

By: Rachael Andrews The popularity of far-right candidates in democratic elections is growing worldwide. Mollie Cohen, assistant professor of international affairs, is shedding light on the phenomena through an exploration

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SPIA Emerging Leader works toward a career of public service
SPIA Emerging Leader works toward a career of public service

By: Rachael Andrews Maheen-Arzoo Chranya, AB ‘21, experienced an eye-opening opportunity through SPIA’s Emerging Leaders program in the summer of 2018. Maheen’s parents emigrated from India and Pakistan, and despite

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