Our modern society is increasingly urban. Nearly 60 percent of the world’s population lives in urban environments of one sort or another. By 2030, a billion more people will live in cities. Much of this growth, and its accompanying challenges, takes place in Asia. The United States and other Western societies, too, are experiencing rapid… more »
Mona Khalef, a senior finance major, is the winner of this year’s Be the Change contest sponsored by the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies. Georgia State students were invited to submit proposals in the form of a New Year’s resolution describing how they would use the $1,000 grant awarded to make the world a… more »
Carissa Lavin has her sights set on making a difference. She’s chosen housing discrimination as a research topic, and her eyes are set on law school after finishing her bachelor’s degree. Someday, she’d like to run for office. She’s making a difference now, helping to care for children of a mother who has cancer.
The study, published in the journal Social Science Research, found that in addition to experiencing higher levels of workplace bullying, women and minorities also report higher levels of anxiety and lower levels of social support from coworkers.
Kalif Robinson, a senior economics major in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies is the university’s first Rangel Graduate Fellow.
From Atlanta to Tinseltown, on Broadway and in cartoons, these young Panthers are finding significant showbiz success
Enlisting in the Navy was never Darryl Holloman’s dream. The military held no particular appeal for him; his experience with large bodies of water was limited to swimming pools. Yet there he sat on a June day, 1986, putting a Bic pen to page after page of the application, turning over the next four years… more »
ATLANTA—A new contest by the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies challenges students enrolled at any Georgia State University campus this semester (Spring 2017) to share their resolutions to improve the world in 2017. The winner will receive a $1,000 grant to help fulfill their pledge by year-end.
“We are inviting all Georgia State… more »
ATLANTA—Jane Daquin and Samantha Donovan were honored with the Southern Criminal Justice Association’s (SCJA) 2016 Outstanding Graduate and Undergraduate Student awards in December.
Daquin received the 2016 Outstanding Graduate Student Award. She is a Ph.D. candidate and a teaching/research assistant in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies’ Department of Criminal Justice and… more »