Recent Dissertations: Susan Carlson and The Burden of Inadequate Levels of Physical Activity in the U.S.

In her dissertation, Dr. Carlson reveals the connections between physical inactivity and mental wellbeing as well as the overall cost of inactivity.    Read More

Recent Dissertations: Harold Braswell examines and rethinks the concept of "death" in end of life care

Through an historical and ethnographic study of how death is defined in US hospice care, Harold Braswell (14G, ILA) arrives at an understanding of death that could help reform end of life care in the US.   Read More

Recent Dissertations: Debbie Stevens (Nursing) examines African American caregiver stress

Focusing on African Americans caring for family members with Alzheimer's, her research addresses racial discrimination and systemic inequalities and also reveals cultural dimensions that affect medical research and outcomes.    Read More

Laney Graduate School welcomes the 2014 entering class

During the annual Welcome Picnic, LGS caught up with a few new students to learn what programs they're entering and other interesting facts about them.   Read More

Recent graduate Jean-Paul Cauvin (ILA) awarded a postdoctoral position at the University of Pennsylvania

A 2014 LGS graduate, Jean-Paul is set to begin work as a Teaching Fellow in the Integrated Studies Program this fall.   Read More

Laney News

Atlanta Philanthropists Endow Jones Program in Ethics

John and Mary Ellen Imlay have made a $1 million estate gift to the Robert T. Jones, Jr. Program in Ethics endowment at the Laney Graduate School. Read more.

MDP Students Take to the Field

Want to know what our Master's in Development Practice students were up to in summer 2014? Visit the MDP website to learn about their summer field practicum projects. Read more!

LGS Student Data

LGS is pleased to provide data about LGS admissions, enrollment and degrees. You can access program-by-program data as well as aggregate data for all of LGS and its divisions. Learn more by visiting LGS By the Numbers

Can Graduate Education Solve Global Problems?

Several graduate students take this question on in the latest Institute for Developing Nations newsletter. Read more!


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