GSU Students to Take Part in Democratic Erosion Conference
Three GSU students will be taking part in the Democratic Erosion Conference organized by Brown University in August 2018. The students were selected out of those who successfully completed courses on Polarization and Democratic Erosion, taught be Dr. Jennifer McCoy, as part of cross-university collaboration programs over the Spring of 2018. Sam Sharman (Political Science), Ra’shad Johnson (Political Science), and Kennedy Inman (Andrew Young School of Policy Studies) will be fully funded to take part in the conference on August 29, 2018.
Democratic Erosion is a cross-university collaborative course organized by Brown University that aims “to help students critically and systematically evaluate the risks to democracy both here and abroad through the lens of theory, history and social science,” according to its website.