Advance the field of policy analytics through the research we conduct and the courses and credentials we offer.
- AYS convened a multi-institutional consortium of innovative faculty who teach and research in data science to build community, collaborate and share resources to deepen our institutional capacity to provide data science curricula.
- AYS will offer a concentration in policy analytics starting in the fall 2020 semester.
Identify the varying effects of new technology on marginalized groups, and anticipate future technology driven disparities to devise more inclusive interventions and policies.
- Current and emergent marginalization: risk and disruptive factors
- New technologies and social mobility
- Government agency capacities
- Technology and the expansion of formal social control
Develop and operate AYS Open, an open access philosophy geared toward increasing the benefit and reducing the cost of knowledge generation and dissemination and use.
- Michael Pesko (Economics)
- Andrew Heiss (Public Management & Policy)
- La Loria Konata (GSU Library)
- Laura Burtle (GSU Library)
- Dean Dabney (Criminal Justice & Criminology)
- Marie Ouellet (Economics)
- Leah Daigle (Criminal Justice & Criminology)
- Mike Shapiro (Criminal Justice & Criminology)
- Josh Hinkle (Criminal Justice & Criminology)