What Godzilla can teach us about nuclear weapons
What Godzilla can teach us about nuclear weapons

On March 22, 2019, Dr. Jeffrey D. Berejikian gave a talk at TEDxUGA. In this talk, Dr. Berejikian explores how our political participation can reset the Doomsday Clock and tackle

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American Founding Group announces paper competition winners
American Founding Group announces paper competition winners

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

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Would you rather get $50 today or $100 next year?
Would you rather get $50 today or $100 next year?

By: Shelby Steuart New findings from SPIA Professor W. David Bradford elaborate on a well-known economic principle. Time discounting, when a person cares less about a future consequence than a

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Justin Conrad to lead CITS
Justin Conrad to lead CITS

Dr. Justin Conrad of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) will be joining the faculty of the School of Public and International Affairs, effective Fall 2019. Conrad will

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Political science graduate students win teaching and research awards
Political science graduate students win teaching and research awards

Congratulations to Alice Kisaalita, winner of the Graduate School’s Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, Sam Marcotte, winner of the Political Science Teaching Assistant of the Year award, and Aaron Hitefield, winner

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May 2019 MPA Student of the Month: Maggie Rocker
May 2019 MPA Student of the Month: Maggie Rocker

Public Administration and Policy would like to congratulate Maggie Rocker for being selected as May 2019 MPA Student of the Month. Maggie is a second-year MPA student and a member

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SPIA’s marketing and communications director among 40 under 40
SPIA’s marketing and communications director among 40 under 40

By: Shelby Steuart Caroline Paris Paczkowski, SPIA’s marketing and communications director, was recently named one of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Georgia’s inaugural 40 under 40. Born to

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SPIA undergrads get a voice in research
SPIA undergrads get a voice in research

By: Shelby Steuart “If we value the idea of peace, we have to fully incorporate women in both the public and private sphere,” concluded Charlotte Partrick, a senior majoring in

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PADP Nonprofit of the Month for April 2019: Athens Area Humane Society
PADP Nonprofit of the Month for April 2019: Athens Area Humane Society

Public Administration and Policy is happy to announce that we are supporting Athens Area Humane Society during the month of April! Athens Area Humane Society is a donor supported no-kill

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Improving access to Opioid Use Disorder medication
Improving access to Opioid Use Disorder medication

By: Shelby Steuart The Opioid Epidemic is the deadliest drug overdose crisis in United States history, claiming almost 800,000 lives since 1999. As the epidemic expanded to include every American

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