Welcome to Georgia SSN

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Georgia SSN Collaborates with Civic Group to Fight Local Poverty

About the chapter

Georgia SSN is comprised of members from different universities across the state. Georgia SSNers contribute meaningful policy research on a variety of topics, from women in legislatures to energy policy to international relations. This chapter was founded in early 2013.

Leaders
  • Civic Engagement
  • Economy
Emory University
  • Civic Engagement
  • Economy
  • Foreign Policy & Security
Georgia State University
Members
  • Law & Courts
  • Civic Engagement
Georgia State University
  • Education
  • Housing
  • Inequality
Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Democracy & Governance
Georgia State University
  • Immigration
  • Democracy & Governance
  • Health Care
University of Georgia
  • Criminal Justice
Georgia Southern University
  • Democracy & Governance
  • Civic Engagement
  • Economy
  • Health Care
  • Public Health
Augusta University
  • Democracy & Governance
  • Religion & Values
  • Civic Engagement
Emory University
  • Environment & Energy
Georgia State University
National Bureau of Economic Research
  • Inequality
Emory University
  • Race & Ethnicity
  • Public Health
  • Health Care
Cardiovascular Research Institute
  • Science & Technology
  • Foreign Policy & Security
Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Democracy & Governance
  • Law & Courts
LaGrange College

Latest In The News

"Voter Challenges Have Troubling History in Ga.," Richard F. Doner, Opinion, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, September 20, 2022.
Sarah Blake quoted by Jessica Glenza, "Republican States Trying To Ban Abortion Expand Health Benefits for New Mothers" The Guardian, June 20, 2022.
"Professor: Learning America’s Ugly Racial History Can Inspire, Not Scar, Our Children," Richard F. Doner, Opinion, Savannah Morning News, November 17, 2021.
"Are The Liberal Arts in Trouble?," Lawrence Baines, Teachers College Record, November 5, 2021.
Peter Lindsay's research on questioning the credentials of the Board of Regents -- all political appointees in the service of the governor in managing the state’s 26 public campuses, especially during a pandemic discussed by Maureen Downey , "Opinion," The Atlanta Journal Constitution, September 20, 2021.

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