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May 27, 2011 | News
Amy Ross, associate professor of geography, is available to offer commentary onthe International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY, often called the War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague), the crimes Mladic is alleged to have committed in Srebrenica, and the impact of this arrest on the landscape of international justice.
Ross' research examines human rights and wrongs, international justice, geographies of justice, international institutions and the global civil society, genocide, the spatiality of violence. She has conducted research on truth commissions and international courts.
May 18, 2011 | News
A team of science and educational experts led by a University of Georgia psychologist and atmospheric scientist will teach a group of Bibb County school teachers what they should teach their students about the science of weather and how to respond safely when it threatens.
About 30 K-8 teachers are expected to attend the Weather Science and Safety Workshop May 23-27 in Macon, according to project leader Alan Stewart, an associate professor in counseling psychology in UGA's College of Education. UGA colleague John Knox, an assistant professor in geography, is a co-investigator in the project, which is funded by a two-year, $149,000 National Science Foundation grant.