• Megan Hodgkiss, a doctoral student in the Media & Society track, has been notified that she will receive the 2014 Georgia State University Alumni Association’s Graduate Student Scholarship. The funds will be disbursed to her in the fall semester, and the Alumni Association will also be hosting a scholarship recipient celebration dinner during the fall semester to honor recipients. Congratulations!
  • On April 29, Kimberly Overmier successfully defended her M.A. thesis, “The Clinton Administration’s Use of Hermeneutic Opportunities in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide During the Bosnia and Rwanda Genocides.”  Michael Bruner advised the project.
  • START, the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism, circulates posts featuring their main research partners.  On April 29, one written by Tony Lemieux, “Why isn’t anyone calling this terrorism, still?” was posted.