An International Affairs major, Tyler Bugg is a senior in the School of Public and
International Affairs at the University of Georgia. He is Associate Editor of the Georgia
Political Review and has had articles published in New Deal 2.0, PolicyMic, and in
affiliation with the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute. He holds the Obama For
America Organizing Fellowship and has served as a regional coordinator for campaigns
benefiting Roy Barnes’ governorship of Georgia and the Environmental Defense Fund.
As an emerging arts practitioner, he often incorporates art into his political research and
activism, using community-based arts techniques in directing socially and politically
conscious stage pieces and art installations across the state of Georgia. After graduating
this May, he plans to attend graduate school at New York University to study Arts
Politics and Performance Studies. In 2012 he was a Millennial Values Fellow in conjunction with the Berkley Center's project on young Americans, faith, and values.