Ann-Margaret Esnard, associate dean of the Andrew Young School, served on a committee that issued a report on community resilience to natural disasters.
Public Management Policy
Georgia State junior Devonta Williams may be what every college dreams of in a transfer student, he credits the university for helping him find his purpose.
Jessica Watkins will soon complete her Master of Public Administration and she was chosen as a finalist for the Presidential Management Fellows Program.
Mirae Kim’s research was recognized with the 2018 Award for Outstanding Article in the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (2017) by ARNOVA.
More than 225 Georgia State students and professionals have earned the nation’s only nonprofit credential—the Certified Nonprofit Professional (CNP).
Two of nine national awards granted by the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance this year recognized the people and programs of Georgia State University.
Georgia State University’s Fiscal Research Center has released the annual projection for Georgia’s Economic Landscape in 2019.
Vasylisa Badan of Kharkiv, Ukraine is serving as an intern at the United Nations as part of her master’s in Public Administration.
After years of devoted public service in Atlanta and Washington D.C., Elijah Owuor remains the philosopher with a practical bent.
Margaret Fowke’s career has taken her from Grady Hospital to the National Weather Service and a unique role with the Silver Spring Fire Department.