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Andrew Young School alumna Elizabeth Searing (Ph.D. in Public Policy ’15) was recently awarded the Best Dissertation Award from the Public and Nonprofit Division of the Academy of Management at its annual meeting in Anaheim, California, for her work in … Continue reading
Georgia State University Professors Carrie Freeman, Jill Littrell, Monica Swahn and Dennis Young express their views on open access, institutional repositories, and the future of scholarly publishing in 14 featured interview clips currently available on ScholarWorks. The professors address the following … Continue reading
Over the past year we’ve seen information play a vital role in grassroots action, from the Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street (and even locally, with Occupy Atlanta). People are using social media and mobile phones to take democracy to … Continue reading
Georgia State’s researchers publish great articles. But the journals they appear in cost thousands of dollars a year, limiting the number of people who can read their work. Open Access Week (next week!) is an opportunity for GSU’s academic and research … Continue reading