An Africa Atlanta 2014 event, Mapping Place: Africa Beyond Paper invites visitors to explore the ways that the changing representation and projection of space has shaped our approach to Africa.
Two members of the Nunn School (INTA) faculty have just published their first books by prestigious presses (Cambridge and Stanford) accompanied by high praise from prominent scholars in the field. Please join us for a lunchtime symposium focusing on how these two authors crafted their research and arguments about the critical role of ideas in world politics today.
Mr. Hooker serves as the head of the official planning organization for the 10-county, 70-city Atlanta region, and he oversees regional planning programs in the areas of transportation, community development, land use, water and natural resources, aging services and workforce development and more. In his talk, "PLAN 2040: the Role of the Regional Commission in Shaping Metro Atlanta's Growth and Development," he will discuss ARC’s comprehensive blueprint to sustain metro Atlanta’s livability and prosperity through the mid-21st century.
2014 Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Founder's Day, celebrating 125th Anniversary of Liberal Arts at Georgia Tech
Visiting guest speakers and panel discussion on Japanese Cross-Strait Relations with China and Party Politics and Policy Change. Sponsored by Sasakawa Peach Foundation and Social Science Research Council Young Japanese Specialists US-Visit Program in collaboration with Georgia Tech’s School of Public Policy and the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs.
Sponsored by Sasakawa Peach Foundation and Social Science Research Council Young Japanese Specialists US-Visit Program
Dissertation Title: Why US States Became Leaders in Climate and Energy Policy: Innovation through Competition in Federalism.
The Georgia Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration is hosting the 16th Annual Academic Conference and Annual Meeting on March 28, 2014, at the University of West Georgia, in Carrollton. The event is open to faculty, students and practitioners in public policy and public administration. The event will include panel discussions, presentation of academic papers by faculty and students, reception, and networking.
Director Bonilla will discuss job market trends since 2008 for MPA/MSPP graduates including government downsizing, outsourcing, the rise of consultancy, and the increasing role of social media in networking and job searches. He will deliver his presentation at the 16th Annual Georgia ASPA Academic Conference at the University of West Georgia, Carrollton, on March 28, 2014.
With live music by the band Moon Medicine, multimedia and performance artist Sanford Biggers presents a montage of his three-part film suite Shuffle, Shake and Shatter as part of the Africa Atlanta 2014 celebration.
This dissertation defense is open – all faculty members and students are invited to attend the examination and participate in the discussion. For further information, contact the Graduate Programs Coordinator, Georgia Tech School of Public Policy at (404) 894-0417; email: email@example.com. To obtain an abstract or copy of the dissertation, please contact Thema Monroe-White at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IAST PhD Candidate Michael Murphree to defend his PhD dissertation, "Building Markets: The Political Economy of Technology Standards."
Film Screening and Discussion with the producers of the "At the Saale bright beach told a House of Culture"
Part of Africa Atlanta 2014, this Poetry at Tech event brings renowned guests to Georgia Tech to present their compositions to the campus community
The Sam Nunn Bank of America Policy Forum brings together noted academic, government, and private sector experts on technology, public policy, and international affairs to address issues of immediate importance to the nation. The 2014 topic is “U.S. Competitiveness Amid a Changing Natural Gas Landscape: A View from the Southeast.”
The European Union is widely regarded as a “regulatory superpower” (The New York Times, 19 October 2013: A1). This workshop will focus on the EU's active efforts, both bilateral and multilateral, to shape regulations beyond its borders. It thus intersects with a number of prominent debates about the EU as a global actor about global rule-making.
A part of Africa Atlanta 2014, Africa Beyond Africa will address several challenges that museums face today.