Ebony Carter, BA in Political Science and Anthropology, is running for Georgia House District 110.
Ms. Carter has been an active member of the student body throughout her undergraduate studies at Georgia State University (GSU). She was a Programs Director for the Black Student Alliance and President of the Young Democrats of GSU, in addition… more »
Can gender diversity on the federal judiciary make it less likely for judges to defer to the executive during times of war? Dr. Susanne Schorpp, Assistant Professor of Political Science at GSU, along with Dr. Rebecca Reid (University of Texas at El Paso) and Dr. Susan Johnson (University of North Carolina at… more »
Dexter Lensing, a GSU PhD student of Political Science, is featured in a New York Times story on foreign students studying in China in light of the recent Coronavirus outbreak. Lensing was forced to change the plans he had through his fellowship and travel back to the US, leaving behind “his most valuable possessions,”… more »
In an interview with GSU News Hub, Claudio Sandoval discussed his journey serving Venezuela amid its recent political turmoil.
Mr. Sandoval, LL.M. ’19 and a former Political Science PhD student at Georgia State University, was appointed as the Venezuelan Ambassador to Honduras early this year, which is a position full of challenges considering that… more »
Along with a GSU colleagues, Professor Peter Lindsay piloted a project that allows inmates to receive college degree. The program fulfills a dire need after decades of having Georgia prisons mostly offering vocational courses.
Talking to NPR’s Throughline, Dr. Jennifer McCoy discussed the roots of the current economic and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. Throughline is NPR’s history podcast hosted by Rund Abdelfatah and Ramtin Arablouei.
Dr. Jennifer McCoy is a leading expert on Venezuela and a distinguished University Professor of Political Science at Georgia State University.
Talking to GPB Radio, Dr. Amy Steigerwalt dives deep into the legal aspect of the newly signed Georgia House Bill 481, also known as the Heartbeat Bill. The topic is gaining an increasing domestic and international attention and begging a lot of questions on how the new law would interact with the other laws.
Dr. Rashid Naim was unanimously co-opted on the Academic Committee of the Board of Trustees of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, University of Oxford. Dr. Naim’s experience with the University of Oxford extends back to the 1980s where he taught several courses along with working with the Oxford University Press’ Journal… more »