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$319 million economic impact generated by research in fiscal year 2018.
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$122.7 million total research awards in fiscal year 2018.
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Truist Foundation $2.5 Million Grant Supports Online Tools at National Institute for Student Success
The grant will fund the development of coaching services allowing partner schools to learn about innovative, evidence-based initiatives to help their students succeed. It also will support an 18-month collaboration between the institute and a group of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to implement such initiatives.
Cybersecurity Researchers Get $1.4 Million To Break Cycle of Conspiracy Theories, Radicalization and Violence
“Our goal is to design a model of intervention that will safely and securely lead participants to disengagement,” said Associate Professor and ECBS director David Maimon. “We hope to help individuals make changes that – to date – have proven challenging and dangerous for those trying to disengage from violent extremist groups.”
Divided We Fall
Georgia State researchers on the factors driving polarization and extremism in America – and what it would take to set the country on a different course. The team: John Horgan, professor of psychology, Tony Lemieux, professor of communication, Jennifer McCoy, professor of political science, Dror Walter, assistant professor of communication, and Carol Winkler, professor of communication.