Tag - Martha Ginn

10 times Augusta University made national news in 2016

Augusta University appeared in national headlines hundreds of times over 2016. Here are just a few of our top mentions for the year. 1. How Meditation Can Help Active-Duty Soldiers Huffington Post (Jan. 13) A small study from researchers with the Medical College of Georgia focused on a group of 74...

Ginn wins Georgia Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award

Dr. Martha Ginn, associate professor of political science, was recently awarded the Georgia Political Science Association’s Georgia Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award. The award is given to a professor who demonstrates a clear dedication to teaching in scholarship, service and teaching...

Why the Supreme Court vacancy is such a big deal

Nine justices. Countless rulings. One voice. The Supreme Court is one of the three pillars holding our government together, but what happens when a piece of that pillar is missing? The Jagwire crew sat down with Dr. Martha Ginn, associate professor of political science, to find out why the Supreme...

Experts available on the 2016 Election

Augusta, Ga. – Augusta University faculty experts are available to provide real-time insight, research and analysis on a range of issues – including voter behavior, terrorism and immigration – related to the 2016 Presidential Election. To arrange an interview with an expert, contact the Department...

The Washington Post: Ginn talks media and politics

As the news coverage of the 2016 presidential election continues,  many are wondering if they can trust the media to accurately report election polls. With the sampling variations of survey research, Political Science Professor Martha Ginn suggest consumers take it all in with a grain of salt. Ginn...

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