Documenting COVID’s Schooling Setbacks
Using a new grant, environmental health researchers at Georgia State are examining the effects of air pollution in metro Atlanta childcare centers.
With their closest family members out of harm’s way, husband and wife Yuriy Davydenko (M.P.A. ’10, Ph.D. ’20) and Liudmyla Zapukhliak (M.S. ’20) continue working to aid fellow Ukrainians and raise awareness of the devastating conflict in their country.
The Georgia State University Prison Education Project can expand to offer more classes and programs, and the Place and Race Initiative will offer programs in the Summerhill community, thanks to the gift from the American Family Insurance Institute.
Shorter winter seasons, less snowfall and melting ice caused by climate change will have major implications for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and the future of winter sports, as outlined in a new report co-authored by Georgia State University associate professor Tim Kellison.
Earned Income Tax Credit Day and a new report from Georgia State University build awareness and offer action steps to increase the use of EITCs.
A first-of-its-kind study led by the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies found significant variability in state- and nationwide policies on end-of-life decision making in U.S. prisons.
Steve Harvey is the subject of the third installment of the “Legal Life of…” course taught by Entertainment, Sports & Media Law Initiative director, Professor Mo Ivory.