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- Elderly Chinese Immigrants Feel At Home In U.S. With Living Conditions, Independence, Study Finds Elderly Chinese Immigrants Feel At Home In U.S. With Living Conditions, Independence, Study FindsATLANTA—Having comfortable living conditions and independence from their adult children can help elderly Chinese immigrants find a sense of home and life satisfaction in the United States, but the inability to speak fluent English makes them feel unsettled, according to a research study. Researchers at Georgia State University, the International Association of Long Term… more »News
- Religious Studies Fellowship Merges Religion and BusinessThe Department of Religious Studies has partnered with WellStar Health System to launch the WellStar Religion and Public Life Fellowship, a $12,000 yearly award for one M.A. student. The WellStar Religion and Public Life Fellowship was created to support a master’s student interested in the Religion and Nonprofit Management Program the department offers. The… more »News
- Political Science Panel to Discuss Election IntegrityTuesday, Oct. 25, 2016 five Georgia-based political experts will meet at Georgia State University’s Langdale Hall for a bipartisan panel on election integrity and democratic legitimacy. The event, “Are Our Elections Safe?”, will feature Avery Davis-Roberts of the Carter Center, Page Gleason of Pro-Georgia, Michael Jablonski of the Georgia Democratic Party, Ray Smith of… more »News
- Professor Uses Software to Examine Emotions toward 2016 Presidential CandidatesWhile watching presidential nominee Donald Trump deliver his primary election victory speech in New Jersey, where he implied that Hillary Clinton was “playing the woman’s card,” Political Science Professor Sarah Gershon noticed two things. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was unbothered. But a slight grimace from his wife, Mary Pat Christie, suggested the same may… more »News