Picturing An End to Homelessness
Social work professor Elizabeth Beck has long grappled with the question: how can we solve America’s homelessness problem? In a new book, she looks to the past for answers.
Terror attacks carried out by Muslims receive on average 357 percent more media coverage than those committed by other groups, researchers have found.
Lisa Radtke Bliss, clinical professor and associate dean of experiential education and clinical programs in Georgia State University’s College of Law, has been named a Fulbright Distinguished Chair, the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board have announced.
Exposure to political rap music can affect listeners’ attitudes about women and black feminism, a new study by a Georgia State University political scientist has found.
When people consider sentencing an offender for a crime, they support heavier punishments when information about the cost of incarceration is unavailable, Georgia State University researchers have found.
Georgia State University’s Fiscal Research Center has released the annual projection for Georgia’s Economic Landscape in 2019.
Philip Hudson, a former police detective who is pursuing his master’s in public health at Georgia State, has helped the Georgia Department of Public Health research roadway deaths and other safety issues.
The upcoming split control of Congress should somewhat assuage nervousness in the business sector, according to Rajeev Dhawan of the Economic Forecasting Center at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business.
Georgia State University College of Law will give its community-oriented programming to the Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance (GIPA) in a new collaboration to begin in 2019.