Our faculty are leaders in scholarship, teaching and service, as detailed in our faculty profiles. Here are highlights of their recent achievements:

Associate Dean for International Programs & Post Professor Melissa J. "MJ" Durkee published "Introduction to the Symposium on Frédéric Mégret, “Are There ‘Inherently Sovereign Functions’ in International Law?”" in 115 American Journal of International Law Unbound 299 (2021). Durkee also edited this symposium.

Assistant Professor Thomas E. Kadri was featured on JAGWire regarding a National Science Foundation grant he will be working on with other University System of Georgia professors relating to digital forensics practices and Fourth Amendment privacy rights. The article titled "School of Computer and Cyber Sciences faculty receive $569,000 National Science Foundation award" was written by Haley Bourne and published 9/13/21.

Associate Professor Jonathan Peters was featured on Quartz regarding a Texas law relating to the First Amendment and Texas's new social media law. The article titled "Texas's new social media law is a clear violation of the First Amendment" was written by Scott Nover and published 9/14/21.

Hosch Professor Logan E. Sawyer III has been invited to join the prestigious UGA Teaching Academy, which seeks to promote faculty leadership in teaching and learning, to advocate for effective educational environments and to foster a community of scholars. Membership in the academy is an honor granted to a select few UGA faculty members each year who have demonstrated a significant commitment to the teaching-learning enterprise.

Congratulations to Student Services Librarian Geraldine Kalim and Instruction and Faculty Services Librarian Savanna Nolan on being selected to participate in the UGA Teaching Academy Early Career Fellows Program. The initiative promotes excellence in classroom instruction by mentoring early-career faculty.