Alexis Boss is a senior at UGA, double majoring in international affairs and political science. Her experience with the SPIA Emerging Leaders program has opened her eyes to the importance
SPIA alumni collaborate with SPIA professor to track opioid use disorder treatment and opioid use on the local level
By: Rachael Andrews In a SPIA research collaboration, Dr. Courtney Yarbrough (PhD, ‘17), assistant professor of health policy and management at Emory University, Dr. Amanda Abraham, associate professor of public
Public Administration and Policy is happy to announce Philippa Hawker as MPA Student of the Month for December! Philippa is a second year Master of Public Administration student, specializing in
According to LegBranch.org, the University of Georgia ranks fifth in the nation in terms of number of Congressional staffers produced out of undergraduate universities. Using a database from Congressional research
By: Rachael Andrews Dr. Keith Dougherty, professor of political science at the School of Public and International Affairs, spoke at former President James Madison’s Montpelier estate in Virginia in October.
The School of Public and International Affairs launched a new Bachelor of Science Degree in political science in Fall 2019. The B.S. degree in Political Science is a program focused
Public Administration and Policy is partnering with the UGA chapter of The Georgia Students for Public Administration (GSPA) to collect non-perishable food items, now through December 12. We invite you