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Foreign policy expert Dr. Craig Albert shares what you need to know about the U.S.-Taliban peace deal.
Watch Augusta University's Dr. Gregg Murray talk to CNN about his insight into the 2020 presidential race.
Political science expert talks to CNN about the race for the White House.
Political science expert shares insight into the race for the White House.
Could Iran perform a cyber attack on the United States? Cyber conflict expert John Heslen is available to share his insight.
Augusta University experts are ready to discuss the citizenship question on the 2020 census and gender’s influence on political views.
What's in a name? Graduating seniors from the Class of 2019 look back at the past four years of tremendous growth and the historic name change that occurred their freshman year.
Not only is senior LeDarius Scott graduating this week, but he's the first former Student Government Association president from Augusta University to receive the Regent Willis J. Potts Student Advisory Council (SAC) Leadership Award.
A new partnership merges public service and immigration studies to help and support the community on important issues like reducing gun violence.
The Council for the Association for Politics and the Life Sciences has voted to designate Dr. Gregg Murray as editor-in-chief for the Cambridge University Press journal "Politics and the Life Sciences."
Are you racially paralyzed? There are a few easy ways to find out. Dr. Gregg Murray, professor of Political Science, explores the topic of new research in his latest blog for Psychology Today.
Cybersecurity experts from Georgia’s three Cyber Defense designated research universities are available for interviews to discuss the future of cybersecurity research and innovation.
Social entrepreneurship, a business model that endeavors to create employment opportunities, income and profit is growing in popularity. Dr. William Hatcher, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Master of Public...
New research published in the Journal of Public Economics suggests Conservatives may be "better looking" than their Liberal counterparts, but not for the reasons you might expect.
The Political Science department and the Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice and Social Work have consolidated into the Department of Social Sciences.