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Dennis featured in the Boston Review

Monday, November 11, 2019

Martin Chair Andrea L. Dennis' book "Rap on Trial: Race, Lyrics and Guilt in America" was featured in the Boston Review. The article titled "Arts in Society: Rap on Trial" was written by Dennis and Erik Nielson and published on 11/8/19. 


Dennis featured on Slate's Slow Burn

Monday, November 11, 2019

Martin Chair Andrea L. Dennis was featured on Slate's Slow Burn podcast regarding the use of hip-hop music as evidence in court proceedings. The show titled "Using Rap Lyrics as Criminal Evidence" aired 11/6/19.


UGA teams finish as co-champions in ABA Regional Negotiation Competition

Monday, November 11, 2019

Congratulations to second-year students Garrett Michael and Jenna Wojcicki for finishing as co-champions in the ABA Regional Negotiation Competition held at Texas A&M University. The team will compete in the ABA National Negotiation Competition in February 2020. Additionally, a team comprised of second-year students Josh Fowler and Sadie Gibson finished as finalists at the contest.


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Khan presents at artificial intelligence in health care colloquium

Friday, November 8, 2019

Associate Professor Fazal R. Khan presented the keynote address at An Artificial Intelligence in Health Care Colloquium hosted by the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford during November.


4th Annual Rural Healthcare Symposium to focus on resilience

Thursday, November 7, 2019

The University of Georgia School of Law will host the 4th Annual Rural Healthcare Symposium, which will focus on resilience in rural healthcare – how Georgia’s rural health organizations prepare for risk, disruption, continuity, sustained service and success. To be held Nov. 14 in the Larry Walker Room of Dean Rusk Hall on UGA’s North Campus, the purpose of the symposium is to bring together various stakeholders – academic researchers, legislators, medical providers and community advocates – and have discussions focused on generating potential solutions to the current rural healthcare crisis.

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