International Education Month: PADP Celebrates PhD Student Ju Won Park
International Education Month: PADP Celebrates PhD Student Ju Won Park

As part of International Education Month, Public Administration and Policy is celebrating some of our outstanding international students. Meet Ju Won Park. Ju Won is currently in his second year

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Georgia Blue Key recognizes UGA graduate student
Georgia Blue Key recognizes UGA graduate student

Original story by Charlie Bauder: https://news.uga.edu/georgia-blue-key-recognizes-graduate-student/ His commitment to public service is being felt around the world University of Georgia graduate student Nipuna Ambanpola has engaged in public service since he

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November 2020 Public Administration and Policy MPA Student of the Month: Jooheon Yi
November 2020 Public Administration and Policy MPA Student of the Month: Jooheon Yi

Congratulations to Jooheon Yi for being selected as Public Administration and Policy’s MPA Student of the Month! Jooheon Yi is from South Korea. He attended Seoul National University, where he

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MPA Director Eric S. Zeemering Named Co-Editor of State and Local Government Review
MPA Director Eric S. Zeemering Named Co-Editor of State and Local Government Review

The UGA School of Public and International Affairs Master of Public Administration Director and Associate Professor Eric S. Zeemering has been selected to co-edit State and Local Government Review (SLGR) the

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Dr. Lihi Ben Shitrit publishes new book
Dr. Lihi Ben Shitrit publishes new book

In her new book, “Women and the Holy City: The Struggle over Jerusalem’s Sacred Space,” SPIA professor Dr. Lihi Ben Shitrit explores the gendered lens in the struggle over holy

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Meet the Board: Rebecca Howell (AB ’13)
Meet the Board: Rebecca Howell (AB ’13)

In July 2020 five new members joined the School of Public and International Affairs’ (SPIA) Alumni Board, and we are taking some time to introduce them to fellow SPIA alumni

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Dean Lauth Fund Opens Doors for Graduate Students
Dean Lauth Fund Opens Doors for Graduate Students

Thomas P. Lauth is the founding dean of the School of Public and International Affairs. In January of 2020, he was awarded the University of Georgia’s President’s Medal, an honor

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MPA Student Benefits From Williams Fund
MPA Student Benefits From Williams Fund

Shayla Lee is a Master of Public Administration (MPA) student and recipient of the Morris E. and Frances G. Williams Minority Student Assistance Fund. Shayla is specializing in both local

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Women’s ideology affects gender discrimination views
Women’s ideology affects gender discrimination views

By: Rachael Andrews Research shows a woman’s political ideology affects her views of sexism  Athens, Ga. – Women who have experienced gender discrimination report higher levels of political participation and

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SPIA professor researches special elections and redistricting in two upcoming books
SPIA professor researches special elections and redistricting in two upcoming books

By: Rachael Andrews Dr. Charles Bullock III, Richard B. Russell Professor of Political Science, has two upcoming books in press; one, which focuses on special elections in the US House

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