December 20, 2018 |
Magali Lapu

Vinson Fellow explores Georgia's tax assessor training curriculum

It was such a pleasure to work with Associate Director Stacy Jones as a Vinson Fellow this semester.

December 13, 2018 |
Jacquelyn Harms

Food rescue solutions are attainable, Vinson Fellow's review suggests

To say that my research project as a Vinson Fellow took a few twists and turns would be an understatement! My project with faculty mentor Kris Sikes turned out much different than I thought it would.

Austin Emery
December 06, 2018 |

Vinson Fellow finds slow reaction to Chinese Belt and Road Initiative

As a Vinson Fellow working with Dr. Rusty Brooks at the Institute’s International Center this semester, I explored the effects of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) — the country’s multi-trillion-dollar mission to reroute global trade and ocean traffic while projecting its growing influence across the world.

October 18, 2018 |
Magali Lapu

Vinson Fellow's research to focus on updating assessor training program

I was born in Brussels to Congolese parents and raised in Atlanta. Dealing with the push-and-pull of these varying cultures has shaped my interest in cultural differences, inequality and the experiences of underrepresented groups in the United States and abroad. Now, as a Vinson Fellow, I’ll get to investigate a topic that’s completely different from the direct community empowerment work that I have been involved in through nonprofits and student groups.