By: Shelby Steuart Professor of Public Administration and Policy and PhD Program Director J. Edward Kellough was recently awarded the American Political Science Association’s 2019 John Gaus Award and Lectureship.
By: Shelby Steuart What does Godzilla have to do with predicting how close we are to nuclear war? According to Dr. Jeff Berejikian, who recently presented on this topic at
By: Shelby Steuart Over the course of his presidency, Obama appointed 55 appellate judges, 35 of whom were women and/or people of color, making the US Court of Appeals the
By: Shelby Steuart A new study by researchers at the University of Georgia revealed that when governments contract work out to private companies, fewer African-American, Hispanic, and female employees are
By: Shelby Steuart The idea that welfare benefits should be restricted to “native citizens” is one that has gained popularity within the political right, both in the United States and
In her new book, Dr. Katherine Willoughby discusses ways in which public performance budgeting improves government function through survey and case study analyses of state juvenile justice agencies. Willoughby collaborated
On Friday, April 26, UGA Georgia Students for Public Administration held their annual banquet. Students, faculty, and staff came together for this wonderful occasion. There was much merriment and celebration,
The winners of this year’s American Founding Group paper competition are Caleb Morris, first place, for “The American Throne,” Tanner Huff, second place, for “Blood, Sweat, and Literacy Tests: Chronicling