So the School of Public and International Affairs has two PhD programs. One is in political science and international affairs. We also have PhD in public administration.
Our faculty are doing a lot of interesting research on a wide variety of topics. Everything from the environment, and environment governance in the Amazon basin, to things like gender bias in India. And all of our faculty members are research active. They're all doing really exciting things. It's a lot different than a lot of other departments where only about a third to a half of faculty members are research active.
So one of the things that we try to do as faculty here at SPI is very early on in students' experiences get students involved in our research. And so what we want to do is have them leave here with the most firm foundation they can have to not only be great teachers but also to be people whose research has an impact on the world.
The majority of our PhD students, upon the completion of their degree, go on to work as professors at other universities. And we've been placing students at a variety of universities recently. Some of them are at large universities, like the University of Georgia. We also place students in smaller liberal arts school settings. And so there is a variety of focuses on teaching and research that our students have when they leave here.