SPIA Alumnus to Participate in Humanitarian Leadership Program
SPIA Alumnus to Participate in Humanitarian Leadership Program

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,

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UGA SPIA Professor Tima Moldogaziev’s New Article Published in JPART
UGA SPIA Professor Tima Moldogaziev’s New Article Published in JPART

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

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PADP Spring Service Days
PADP Spring Service Days

Join the Department of Public Administration and Policy on our Spring Service Days. Come hang out and help give back to the community. We are working together with Habitat for

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PADP February Nonprofit of the Month – Athens Community Council on Aging (ACCA)
PADP February Nonprofit of the Month – Athens Community Council on Aging (ACCA)

Public Administration and Policy is working with Athens Community Council on Aging (ACCA) for the month of February. ACCA is a great organization whose mission is to promote a lifetime

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Are Companies Paying Doctors to Prescribe Opioids?
Are Companies Paying Doctors to Prescribe Opioids?

By: Shelby Steuart SPIA Professor Dr. David Bradford has a new article published in the journal, Addiction, called “Pharmaceutical payments to physicians may increase prescribing for opioids.” The article looks

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February 2019 MPA Student of the Month: Meredith Bennett
February 2019 MPA Student of the Month: Meredith Bennett

Congratulations to MPA student Meredith Bennett for being selected as student of the month for February! Public Administration and Policy is proud to have Meredith in our program! Meredith is

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SPIA Professor is Awarded Prestigious Fellowship
SPIA Professor is Awarded Prestigious Fellowship

By: Shelby Steuart Assistant Professor Dr. Lihi Ben Shitrit was recently awarded a Luce/ACLS Fellowship in Religion, Journalism, and International Affairs. According to the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)

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New Study Shows SPIA Professors Among the Most Cited in Their Fields
New Study Shows SPIA Professors Among the Most Cited in Their Fields

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

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SPIA Graduate Teaching Assistant and PhD Candidate Receives Fellowship From Harvard University
SPIA Graduate Teaching Assistant and PhD Candidate Receives Fellowship From Harvard University

Congratulations to Samara Scheckler, PADP Graduate Teaching Assistant and PhD Candidate, for receiving a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies, which resides within the Kennedy

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Experiment Shows Context Matters When Women Negotiate Pay
Experiment Shows Context Matters When Women Negotiate Pay

It’s well known that in many occupations, women make less money than men, even when doing the same job. The American Association for University Women, an organization that advocates for

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