Dean's E-News | November 30, 2016
March 16, 2017
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Risa Palm (GSU Provost), Gregory B. Lewis (pictured), & Bo Feng (Doctoral student, Public Policy). (2017). What Causes People to Change Their Opinion About Climate Change? Annals of the American Association of Geographers.
James C. Cox, Servátka, M. & Vadovič, R. (2017). Status Quo Effects in Fairness Games: Acts of Commission vs. Acts of Omission. Experimental Economics. 20(1), 1-18.
Robert D. Buschman and David L. Sjoquist (pictured). (2017). An Exploration of Differential State Responses to Changes in Fiscal Conditions. Public Budgeting & Finance. 37(1), 47- 67.
Kristie L. Seelman, Colón-Diaz, M. J. P., LeCroix, R. H., Xavier-Brier, M. & Kattari, L. (2017). Transgender Noninclusive Healthcare and Delaying Care Because of Fear: Connections to General Health and Mental Health Among Transgender Adults. Transgender Health, 2(1): 17-28.
Cathy Yang Liu, Hu, Y. & Chen, T. (2017). Ecological Improvement and Community Participation: Lessons from Xiaoqing River Ecological Improvement Project in Jinan, China. Community Development Journal, 52(1): 21-37.
Fred Brooks & O’Reilly, J. (2016). Notes from the Organizer’s Forum in Douala Cameroon: Organizing in Post-Colonial (still colonial?) Cities and Countries.Social Policy. New Orleans, LA:  Social Policy Press.
Brandon Attell, Brown, K. K. & Treiber, L. (2017). Workplace Bullying, Perceived Job Stressors, and Psychological Distress: Gender and Race Differences in the Stress Process. Social Science Research.


James Dills and Jane Branscomb (pictured) presented “Health Impact Assessment as a Way to Activate Non-traditional Partnerships in Pursuit of Health Equity” at a skill-building workshop at the Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs annual conference in Kansas City, Mo., March 4, 2017.   

Georgia Health Policy Center researchers made several presentations at the 30th Annual Child, Adolescent and Young Adult Behavioral Health Research & Policy Conference in Tampa, Fla., March 5-8, 2017.     
  • Brandon Attell, Ashley Singleton, Susan McLaren, and Colleen Smith presented “Implementing Fidelity Measurement: Administration, Dashboard Creation, and Psychometric Testing of the Wraparound Fidelity Index, Short Version (WFI-EZ)” on March 6, 2017.
  • Alaina Wrencher, Susan McLaren, Brandon Attell, Jacob Allen and Jana Pruett Covington presented “The Georgia Apex Program: Building Infrastructure and Partnerships for the Delivery of School-based Mental Health Services” on March 7, 2017.
  • Angela Snyder, Amanda Phillips Martinez and Ann DiGirolamo, along with Mary Egbunike and Akilah Rashida from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, presented “Perceived Benefits and Barriers to Evidence-Based Behavioral Health Services for Children with ADHD: National Data, Parent & Provider Perspectives and Promising Practices” on March 7, 2017.

Kalif Robinson, senior (Economics, '17), was featured in the New York Times article,  “When a Few Bucks Can Get Students to the Finish Line," March 14, 2017.

Joseph Hacker was quoted in the Curbed Atlanta article, “For Atlanta Streetcar, Pessimism Still Abounds, Though Hope Lives,” March 2, 2017.

Carolyn Bordeaux was quoted in the City Limits article, “What Trump Means for Hunger and Nutrition in New York City,” Feb. 27, 2107.
Chris Markl, Cynthia Searcy (pictured) and Denise Jenkins were quoted in The Signal article, "Georgia State Offers Georgia’s First B.I.S. Degree in Social Entrepreneurship," March 15, 2017.
Ron Shelby had the following media hits:·
The Center for State and Local Finance’s study on “Jobs in Georgia’s Urban and Rural Regions and Counties: Changes in Distribution, Type, and Quality from 2007 to 2014,” by Peter Bluestone and Mels de Zeeuw was cited in the The (Macon) Telegraph article, “Top-Ranking Georgia House Leader Seeks ‘Creative’ Approach to Rural Issues,” March 7, 2017.  A copy of the study can be found at
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