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Dean's E-News | November 30, 2016
April 4, 2017
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Awards and Grants

Paula Stephan has been appointed to serve on the Research Council of the State University System of New York (SUNY).  The SUNY Research Council serves as an advisory council to the SUNY Board of Trustees, SUNY System Administration, campus leadership teams, and the leadership team of Research Foundation (RF) for SUNY.
The American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) honored Joannie Tremblay-Boire and her co-authors with the William E. Mosher and Frederick C. Mosher Award for the best Public Administration Review article by an academic in 2016. The honor was presented during ASPA’s annual conference in Atlanta, March 19-23, 2017.
Karen Minyard was asked to serve on the advisory council for the interactive online Doctor of Nursing Practice Nurse Executive Program offered through Augusta University’s College of Nursing. The new program will enable participants to gain proficiency in leadership, relationship management and analytical thinking.
 

Presentations

Glenn Landers presented “Navigating Uncertainty: How Health Departments Can Prepare Programs and Consumers for Health Care Changes” at the NASTAD 2017 HIV Care and Prevention Health Systems Integration Meetings in Atlanta, March 28, 2017. 
 

Community and Special Events
Andrew Young School faculty recently participated in two segments of the Georgia State University International Center’s Global Presentation Series. Mary Beth Walker and Jan Nijman presented “The World and the 21st Century,” March 22, 2017, and Glen Ross and Mourad Dakhli (Robinson School of Business) presented “Selected Business and Economics Cases from South Africa Study Abroad,” March 31, 2017.
Media
Ross Rubenstein (pictured) and Nicholas Warner were quoted in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution article, “ESPLOST Disparities Give Advantage to Urban Schools, Education Sales Taxes Build New Schools,” March 20, 2017.
The Fiscal Research Center report by Rahul Pathak (Ph.D. student, Public Policy) and Sally Wallace  (pictured) on “The Fiscal Architecture of Georgia:  Structural Changes and Future Implications” was cited in the Bloomberg BNA article, “Individual Income Tax Insights: Singing the Georgia Blues: A Lesson in Base Erosion (PART 1 OF 3),” March 28, 2017.  Download a copy of the report at: http://frc.gsu.edu/files/2017/01/Fiscal-Architecture-Georgia_January-2017.pdf.
Paula Stephan was cited in the Laboratory Equipment article, “Who Feels the Pain of Science Research Budget Cuts?,” March 30, 2017.
Students
Deshane Velasquez (M.P.P., ‘18) was mentioned in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s “Bragbook,” March 24, 2017.
Rebecca Sullivan (pictured, M.P.A., ‘17) and Lori Jouty (M.P.A., ‘18) were mentioned in the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s “Bragbook,” March 31, 2017.
 
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