Dawuni, PhD ‘10, Leads $1M Grant for New Women Center

Posted On November 16, 2020
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J. Jarpa Dawuni, PhD in political science from GSU, is leading a $1 million grant to establish The Center for Women, Gender and Global Leadership at Howard University. According to the Washington Post, the academic center is among a handful nationwide designed to amplify Black and minority women’s issues.

Dawuni, an associate professor of political… more »

Altman Wins Foreign Affairs Emerging Scholars Global Policy Prize

Posted On October 22, 2020

Dr. Dan Altman has been awarded The University of Pennsylvania’s Perry World House and Foreign Affairs Emerging Scholars Global Policy Prize. The competition promotes scholars dedicated to making research on global issues accessible to policymakers.

In his essay, entitled “The Future of Territorial Conquest,” Dr. Altman found that although the relationship between conquest and… more »

Subotic Wins Another 2020 Book Award

Posted On July 25, 2020

Dr. Jelena Subotic, Professor of Political Science, has been awarded the 2020 Jervis-Schroeder Award in International History and Politics. Her book, Yellow Star, Red Star: Holocaust Remembrance after Communism, is the co-winner of the prize presented by the American Political Science Association (APSA).

This is the third award for Dr. Subotic’s book following the 2020… more »

PoliSci Alumna Ebony Carter Running for Georgia House District 110

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 »

Sarah Gershon appointed to the WomenLead Professorship

Posted On January 18, 2020

The Board of Regents has approved the appointment of Dr. Sarah Gershon to the Ray and John Uttenhove WomenLead Professorship. The criteria for selection of this endowed professorship included high-quality scholarship, excellence in leadership, and an ability to inspire students to learn. WomenLead was established in 2015 by the Robinson College of Business… more »

Carey Links the Global Wave of Protests to Internal Immigration

Dr. Henry F. (Chip) Carey, Associate Professor of Political Science, discusses the common reason behind demonstrations that have swept across a lot of countries recently.

“Numerous anti-government protests have paralyzed cities across the globe for months, from La Paz, Bolivia, to Santiago, Chile, and Monrovia, Liberia, to Beirut,” he wrote. “… [T]hey also share… more »