“A Crisis for Every American”
COVID-19 has heightened housing insecurity in the U.S. Here, Georgia State faculty share eight research-backed ways to help keep Americans off the streets.
New research finds that exposure to conspiracy theories suggesting COVID-19 was human-engineered can have a powerful impact on a person’s beliefs.
November’s national, state and local elections appear to be attracting the interest of a larger than usual number of young voters.
Professors Charlotte Alexander and Anne Tucker received funding from the NSF for their research into the use of computational methods and data science to improve legal transparency.
Anthropology grad student Adam Segroves has been working 12-16 hour shifts to support firefighters in the hot zone.
Contemporaneous exposure to air pollution may increase the likelihood people will die from the disease.
Georgia State Law faculty reflect on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s visit to the College of Law as well as her impact on legal education and the nation.