Department of Economics
Keith Teltser is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Georgia State University. He is an applied microeconomist, specializing in public and health economics. His research focuses on the shortage and allocation of transplantable human organs, the impacts of kidney exchange programs on patient outcomes, and policy issues pertaining to the so-called sharing economy (e.g., Uber, Airbnb). His research is published in leading economics journals including American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, and the Review of Economics and Statistics. Dr. Teltser earned his Ph.D. and M.A. in economics from Michigan State University, a B.A. in economics from West Virginia University, and a B.A. in philosophy from West Virginia University.
Department of Criminal Justice & Criminology
Marie Ouellet is an assistant professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Georgia State University. Her research focuses on delinquent groups, including how they emerge and evolve, and how networks structure this process. Her main research applies network methods to the study of co-offenders, delinquent peer groups, and white-collar crime. Some of her current work draws on the policing subculture literature to explore how misconduct spreads through exposure to delinquent peers. Ouellet’s work has been published in Criminology, Criminology & Public Policy, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, and Justice Quarterly.
Clinical Assistant Professor
Dr. Almada’s research interests focus primarily on policy-driven questions in the field of health economics centered around the effects of food assistance programs and social policies on diet-related outcomes. He has published articles in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics and the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization and has contributed to a number of Fiscal Research Center and Georgia Health Policy Center reports. Dr. Almada has taught Principles of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, Economics of Poverty and Public Policy, and graduate level Microeconomics.
Public Management & Policy
Amber is the Academic Specialist for the Public Management and Policy Department, where she manages academic matters, including student and instructor support, Graduate Research Assistants, course schedules and department-level scholarships.
Additionally, Amber serves as the Campus Director of the GSU chapter of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance (NLA). She started working with the student organization officially in 2018. She earned her Certified Nonprofit Professional (CNP) credential through the National NLA office. As Campus Director, Amber advises the student leadership board and oversees the CNP credentialing for the GSU campus.
30 Years of Service
Robert Elijah Moore
25 Years of Service
Deborah Marie Whitley
20 Years of Service
Krawee “Kevin” Ackaramongkolrotn
15 Years of Service
James C. Cox
J. Todd Swarthout
10 Years of Service
5 Years of Service
Alberto Chong Lam