Joseph E. Anderson is a Budget Analyst at the Center of Excellence for Children’s Behavioral Health. He currently manages the financial data forecasts and tracking of the center’s projects. Anderson is responsible for budgeting, invoicing, and contracting of vendors and consultants while ensuring regulatory compliance with federal, state, and organizational fiscal requirements.
Mark Reed teaches about murder: the types of murder, the kinds of people who murder, the ways to murder, but most importantly, the reasons why people murder. And one of the more popular courses this associate professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology teaches is CRJU 4900: Serial Killers.
“I never imagined myself living at an extended stay hotel. I never imagined it would be this bad,” says Sophia, who found herself and her two children living in a budget hotel following a mortgage foreclosure and two apartment evictions during her attempt to end an abusive relationship.
Sophia describes her experiences as one of… more »
Devastating hurricanes, earth-scorching wildfires and damaging tornadoes always happen somewhere far, far away from most Americans; or so they believe when they watch another disaster unfold on the news. And most times, they do.
However, no community is immune from the random nature of natural or man-made threats.
Graduate students Caroline Neidhold, Andrew Brown and Angela Smith are spending the summer as student trainees in the U.S. Government Accountability Office’s Atlanta regional location. GAO is an independent, nonpartisan agency that works for Congress. Often called the “congressional watchdog,” the agency investigates how the federal government spends taxpayer dollars.
Nathan Sumrall, a graduate student in Georgia State’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, learned as a professional poker player it comes down to the basics of economics: probability, strategy, risk and uncertainty.
ATLANTA, GA. – Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies (AYSPS) Class of 2013 celebrated the graduation of 204 future policy makers, community and nonprofit leaders, researchers, educators and entrepreneurs during its December 19, 2013, recognition ceremony. More than one-third of this year’s class was first generation college graduates.
Alumnus John Avery is a modest gentleman whose spirit of generosity and humility is evident as he speaks fondly of a life spent working and giving back to his church, family and friends. The Hiawassee, Georgia, resident enjoys the quietness of his beautiful mountain environment, just minutes from the Helen Alpine Village tourist area.
ATLANTA – Georgia State University researchers have released a study on the effects of healthcare costs on low-income families. The new study, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and published in the… more »