Gender and Political Settlement: Inclusion and Policy Influence in Developing Countries

Posted On April 26, 2016
Categories Featured Research

PI, Rwanda Case, and Contact Person: Jennie E. Burnet (jburnet@gsu.edu).

PI: Sohela Nazneen, BRAC Development Institute (BDI), Bangladesh

This project investigates the relationship between women’s inclusion in politics and their ability to deliver gender-inclusive development, shaped by the character and dynamics of political settlement as well as ideas and discourses on women’s political entitlements… more »

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Factors in Rescuer Behavior: Examining Rescuer Behavior During the Rwandan Genocide

Posted On April 26, 2016
Categories Featured Research

PI and Contact Person: Jennie E. Burnet (jburnet@gsu.edu).

Funded by the National Science Foundation, this project examines rescuer behavior, community-level resistance to violence, and rescuer motivation during the 1994 genocide of Tutsis in Rwanda. The study’s central question is: how and why do some people put themselves at great risk of harm to rescue… more »

Study abroad: Dubai, March 2016

Posted On March 11, 2016
Categories Study abroad

This study abroad opportunity took place in March 2016:

Come join us on a life-changing journey through the dazzling city of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. This trip promises to challenge your senses and enhance your perspective on life by exposing you to the various faces and facets of this global city! Our Global Expeditions… more »

Study abroad: Tanzania, Maymester 2016

Posted On January 22, 2016
Categories Study abroad

This study abroad opportunity took place Maymester 2016:

Come join us on a life-changing journey through East Africa! This Tanzanian trip promises to challenge your senses and enhance your perspective on life! The program abroad will feature exciting week-long stays in Dar es Salaam, Bagamoyo, Arusha, and Zanzibar with short day trips to surrounding areas. Students/travelers will… more »