As executive director of the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, Rebecca Serna (M.S. ’07) is focused on improving infrastructure for all modes of travel.
In her latest book, Georgia State Law professor Natsu Saito unpacks the 17th century colonial attitudes that are undergirding race relations in America today.
Georgia State University students will manage and clerk what is believed to be the first student-run polling location in Fulton County.
Georgia State University’s College of Law has partnered with the Squire Patton Boggs Foundation to offer a prestigious public policy fellowship to law students with an interest in public service.
Georgia State University will honor three women who sued for their right to attend the university in the 1950s in a groundbreaking court case that eventually led to the integration of Georgia State and other universities in the South.
Martin “Trey” Kilpatrick, former deputy chief of staff for U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson, has been appointed vice president for government and community affairs at Georgia State University.
New research from Risa Palm and Toby Bolsen finds that coastal residents’ public attitudes about climate change differ by political party.
The Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group (EBCS) finds that conditions preventing recreational hackers from defacing websites do not deter politically motivated hackers.
The Center for Access to Justice has announced five Alternative Spring Break opportunities for Georgia State Law students in 2020.
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