Margaret E. Kosal gave two invited talks at the School of International Futures (SOIF) Conference on strategic forecasting and horizon scanning. In her keynote, “The Impact of Technology Trends on Security: Uncertainty, Complexity, and Interdependence,” she spoke on anticipating emerging technology trends and the potential impacts on international security.
Nunn School PhD students Tong Zhao and Taylor Smith, participated in the 2014 International Summer Symposium on Science and World Affairs held July 25th-August 1st at Princeton University in New Jersey.
Five new scholars and professors have joined the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts this fall, bringing knowledge and expertise in a wide range of research interests to the School of Public Policy and the School of Literature, Media, and Communication. Join us in welcoming these tenure-track faculty members to the College.
Researchers at the Center for Advanced Communications Policy (CACP) have released a report to the President on effective communication for people with disabilities before, during, and after emergencies.
Celia Pearce, former assistant professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, was featured on Salon discussing the potential displacement of workers by robotic machinery and artificial intelligence.
Jonathan Huang, PhD candidate in The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs (INTA), participated in the 15th Annual National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Science & Engineering Technology Conference
Science fiction as a genre has changed immensely since the days of Frankenstein author Mary Shelley. Kathleen Goonan, science fiction author and professor of the practice in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC), represents this shift in the genre through her works involving nanotechnology, synesthesia, and memory and consciousness.
Thomas "Danny" Boston, professor of economics in The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, remains optimistic about economic recovery following the recently issued unemployment report.
Lawrence Rubin, assistant professor in The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, participated in a policy planning workshop held in Jerusalem titled, “Israel, Gaza, and the region: Post-cease fire opportunities" on July 24. Sponsored by Mitvim - The Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies and the International Crisis Group, the workshop was attended by a unique multinational group of 40 diplomats, analysts, journalists and scholars.