Georgia State is among the nation’s top 115 public and private universities in the Carnegie Foundation’s elite category of Highest Research Activity.
The university earned a record $150.2 million in external research funding in fiscal year 2020, the sixth consecutive year that funding has exceeded $100 million.
Research in transcultural conflict and violent extremism has received more than $10 million in federal funding.
Critical Studies Underway
The Transcultural Conflict and Violence initiative is recognized as a center of research that facilitates interdisciplinary teams to integrate advanced methodologies and technology into their work.
Global threats are expected to increase with potentially deadly consequences for victims and political consequences on an international stage.
Faculty and Presidential Fellows often work on multiple research projects at a time. They are working to uncover new information about issues like the impact of machine learning on your safety, media coverage of terror attacks and the online spread of violent radicalization. Take a look at some of our recent work.