Professor Ruth Uwaifo Oyelere’s paper has been selected for publication in the American Economic Review papers and proceeding, forthcoming in 2014. The paper entitled `` Gender and Race Heterogeneity: The Impact of Students with Limited English on Native Students' Performance’’ is coauthored with Tim Diette.
Dr. Shatakshee Dhongde organized a session on Multidimensional Deprivation at the 83rd meeting of the Southern Economic Association which was held in Tampa, Florida, from November 23-25, 2013.
The Coca-Cola Company, Policy & Standards Department is looking for qualified candidates to participate in a special project to implement automated translation software to publish documents in our quality management library. We are looking for five (5) individuals who can meet the following requirements:
An original research paper by Professor Matthew E. Oliver has been accepted for publication in Water Policy, the official journal of the World Water Council.
In "Signifying the Local: Media Productions Rendered in Local Languages in Mainland China in the New Millennium" (Brill, 2013), Dr. Jin Liu examines contemporary cultural productions rendered in local languages and dialects (fangyan) in the fields of television, cinema, music, and literature in Mainland China.
The recent federal government shutdown had a great deal to do with ongoing conservative opposition to the 2010 passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as “Obamacare.”
Students in the Spanish 4813 class produced a two hour live show on salsa titled 'The Latin American Music Radio' The show was conducted entirely in Spanish and was broadcast on November 24 on WREK, Georgia Tech's student run radio station.
On Thursday, November 21 from 5:30 and 7:30, over 100 alums joined with current students and LMC faculty in the Hall Building to celebrate our connections and to catch up on what's happening in LMC today. The program, which is outlined below, featured both current students and alumni/ae work.
Over 800 high school students from across the country took their seats at the Ferst Center on Monday, October 14th to participate in opening ceremonies for the Sixteenth Annual Georgia Tech Model United Nations (GTMUN) conference, sponsored by The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs.
Dr. Dina Khapaeva’s book titled "Portrait critique de la Russie: Essais sur la société gothique" has been shortlisted along with three other books for the highly esteemed Russophonie 2014 prize. The prize is awarded to the best literary translation from Russian to French.
The winner will be announced on February 1, 2014 during the Days of Russian Book and Literature at the house of the Mayor of the 5th district of Paris.
More information: Communiqué:
Selection DU PRIX RUSSOPHONIE 2014
John Mathew Smith, an assistant professor in the School of History, Technology, and Society, was recently interviewed on NPR about his new book The Sons of Westwood: John Wooden, UCLA, and the Dynasty That Changed College Basketball. He appeared on the NPR series Only a Game hosted by veteran commentator Bill Littlefield.
We often hear about the extraordinary benefits of new biotechnologies and nanotechnologies, but they are also potential game changers for national security. How such cutting edge technologies could be exploited by those who intend harm and how the U.S. and its allies can employ them for defense is a focus for Margaret E.Kosal.
Jennifer Clark, director of the Center for Urban Innovation (CUI), Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts and associate professor in the School of Public Policy, has been named to a new commission at the University of Virginia Miller Center that is focusing on job creation for small and medium-sized manufacturers. Part of the Center’s Millstein Symposium, the commission is co-chaired by former Mississippi governor Haley Barbour and former Indiana governor and senator Evan Bayh.
The first article is “Embodied Visions: Chinese Queer Experimental Documentaries by Shi Tou and Cui Zi’en,” positions: asia critique, 21:3, Summer 2013, 659-681.
The second article is “Chicken Poets and Rough Poetry: Figuring the Poet and His Subject(s) in Independent Chinese Cinema.” It appears in Verse, Voice, and Vision: Poetry and the Cinema, ed. Marlisa Santos, Scarecrow Press, 2013, 67-77.
Michael Nitsche, Director of Graduate Studies, was invited to be guest editor for the special issue of Digital Creativity dedicated to Performance Art and Digital Media. He also wrote a brief introduction to the volume. Published in June 2013, Digital Creativity is also available online: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ndcr20/24/2#.UoTunhmw6Uc