Jennifer Waindle (B.A. ’05) keeps firearms out of the reach of domestic abusers.
When we head to the polls, we’re voting for 538 people who will make the official decision for the highest office in the land. It takes 270 of them to select the person to occupy the White House. These people—electors—are part of the Electoral College. Daniel Franklin, an expert in American and presidential politics, sheds light on the nuances and vagaries of the system.
ATLANTA – More citizens are less likely to vote for candidates of any party when corruption – real or perceived – is the incumbent office holder’s legacy, according to a study of Mexican voters published by Georgia State University economist Alberto Chong and his colleagues.
ATLANTA—Georgia State University College of Law has established the Center for Access to Justice, a regional and national base for the study of issues relating to access to criminal and civil justice for those with limited financial means.
Interviews with law enforcement officers who work with confidential drug informants reveal that the practice, while aiding in investigations and arrests, can also extract huge personal, professional and organizational costs, according to research published in a new book this month.
Mayor Kasim Reed announced that the Georgia State University Foundation has finalized its purchase of the Turner Field site from the Atlanta-Fulton County Recreation Authority.
Older adults in assisted-living facilities experience limits to their rights to sexual freedom because of a lack of policies regarding the issue and the actions of staff and administrators at these facilities, according to research conducted by the Gerontology Institute at Georgia State University.
The loss of private health insurance from an employer can lead to poorer mental and physical health as older adults transition to early retirement, according to a study by Georgia State University.