Alumni Board Spotlight: Josh Kivett
Alumni Board Spotlight: Josh Kivett

As a partner and Senior National Strategist at Majority Strategies, a leading national political consulting firm, Josh Kivett is no stranger to pressure. “Politics is like sports; the energy, competition

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Defense treaties affect support of military action 
Defense treaties affect support of military action 

Originally published in UGA Today Public cites moral obligation to keep promises, even if it costs lives By Leigh Beeson Athens, Ga. – With tensions continuing to grow between Ukraine and

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University of Georgia Regents’ Professor Emeritus Loch Johnson Receives 2022 President’s Medal
University of Georgia Regents’ Professor Emeritus Loch Johnson Receives 2022 President’s Medal

Story originally appeared on UGA Today The University of Georgia bestowed one of its highest honors on Loch K. Johnson, Regents’ Professor Emeritus, and the late Richard M. Graham, former director

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10th Annual Georgia Legislative Outlook Funds Student Opportunities
10th Annual Georgia Legislative Outlook Funds Student Opportunities

On Tuesday, February 1st, 2022, the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) hosted the tenth annual Georgia Legislative Outlook (GLO). GLO, an annual event hosted by

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The Backpack Project: PADP February Nonprofit of the Month
The Backpack Project: PADP February Nonprofit of the Month

Public Administration and Policy highlights a local nonprofit every month as a way to engage with and aid the community while connecting our students, faculty, and staff to local charities

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February 2022 Public Administration and Policy MPA Student of the Month: Jade Fortiner
February 2022 Public Administration and Policy MPA Student of the Month: Jade Fortiner

Congratulations to Jade Fortiner for being selected as Public Administration and Policy’s MPA February Student of the Month! Jade is in her final semester of the MPA program, specializing in

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The Handbook on Migration and Welfare Preview
The Handbook on Migration and Welfare Preview

Dr. Markus Crepaz, Professor of International Affairs in the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Georgia has a new book debuting this winter. The Handbook on

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Inaugural UGA Energy Outlook Recap
Inaugural UGA Energy Outlook Recap

Earlier this month, the University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), College of Engineering, and the Center for International Trade and Security (CITS) hosted the inaugural UGA

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January 2022 Public Administration and Policy MPA Student of the Month: Patina Brown
January 2022 Public Administration and Policy MPA Student of the Month: Patina Brown

Congratulations to Patina Brown for being selected as Public Administration and Policy’s MPA January Student of the Month! Patina Brown is a part-time MPA student who works full time as

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Alumni Board Spotlight: Jaren Dunning
Alumni Board Spotlight: Jaren Dunning

Even during his undergraduate experience, Jaren Dunning (MPA ’13, JD ’13) knew he wanted his career to revolve around supporting human rights initiatives. Currently he is the Senior Legal Director

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