Augusta University experts are ready to discuss the citizenship question on the 2020 census and gender’s influence on political views.
Access to the internet is often viewed as a positive feature for communities, but could higher levels of internet connectivity impact the mental health of a community? Dr. William Hatcher, director of Augusta University's Master of Public...
A new partnership merges public service and immigration studies to help and support the community on important issues like reducing gun violence.
With record voter registration numbers in Georgia, women could cast the deciding vote in the upcoming gubernatorial election. But who will they cast it for?
Augusta University experts are available to comment on issues relating to the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, cybersecurity and election meddling, the importance of ballot design, neuropolitics, and physical bias against female...
New research from Dr. Mary-Kate Lizotte shows that simply mentioning a female political candidate’s attractiveness results in lower voter evaluations of her intelligence and competence for office.
Titled, “Negative Effects of Calling Attention to Female Political Candidates’ Attractiveness,” Lizotte works to investigate how attractiveness effects voter evaluations.