Research Collaborative

Upcoming: Zoukis 2019 on Prison Reform and Re-Establishing Citizenship

The 2019 Zoukis Summer Institute will be held on Tuesday May 7th until Thursday May 9th. This year’s theme – entitled Prison Reform and Re-Establishing Citizenship – will have panels featuring state representatives, judges, founders of non-profit organizations, lawyers, academics, and other justice advocates. The panels, open to students, faculty, and the public, are located at… more »

M.A. in Political Science for Social Studies K-12 Educators

Posted On June 5, 2016

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Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis until July 15.

Program Overview

The Political Science Department at Georgia State University offers an M.A. concentration in Political Science for Educators which can be completed fully online, fully in-person, or with a mix of the two.

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Awards & Grants

Posted On February 7, 2015

Zoukis Research Collaborative Best Paper Award ($1,500)

The Zoukis Research Collaborative Best Paper award recognizes the best paper published in the previous year that addresses issues related to mandatory sentencing, related tough-on-crime policies, or the politics underlying these policies. We encourage submissions from scholars in all disciplines, including by not limited to Political Science, Sociology,… more »

Zoukis Research Collaborative

Posted On February 7, 2015

 

The Zoukis 2019 Summer Institute: Prison Reform and Re-Establishing Citizenship May 7 – May 9 at 25 Park Place NE (CMII entrance), 3rd floor, room 306

The panels of speakers include state representatives, judges, founders of non-profit organizations, lawyers, academics, and other justice advocates. The panels are open to students, faculty, and the public.

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Mission

Posted On February 7, 2015

The Research Collaborative on the Politics of Mandatory Sentencing, housed in the Department of Political Science at Georgia State University, encourages and supports scholarly research into all aspects of mandatory sentencing and associated “tough on crime” policies, including – but not limited to – research on the creation and passage of mandatory sentencing laws, the… more »