Thomas P. Lauth is the founding dean of the School of Public and International Affairs. In January of 2020, he was awarded the University of Georgia’s President’s Medal, an honor
With support from the University of Georgia’s Presidential Task Force on Race, Ethnicity and Community, the School of Law and School of Public and International Affairs have established the Judge Horace
The University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) recently received two grants from The Stanton Foundation that will support research and education efforts related to nuclear security. One grant will leverage
By: Rachael Andrews Dr. Ben Brunjes (MPA ’12, PhD ’16) was awarded the Stanley W. Shelton Graduate Fellowship during his time at UGA. Now, he gives back to School of
By: Rachael Andrews Dr. Emily Zier (PhD, ‘19) and Dr. W. David Bradford, Busbee Chair in Public Policy professor of public administration and policy, collaborated on research that investigates the
The SPIA Survey Research Center at the University of Georgia fielded a survey of likely 2020 general election voters in the state of Georgia from February 24th through March 2nd.
By: Rachael Andrews The opioid crisis is the deadliest drug epidemic in American history, making it important for specialty treatment programs to accept Medicare and offer medication for opioid use