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Longtime ASU professor teaches last class

Correction, December 21, 2009: Dr. Ralph Walker's age was incorrect in a profile of the retired Augusta...classroom as a professor at Augusta State University, Ralph Walker has taught a lot of students. "I figured one day it's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/12/19/met_560128.shtml
Metro
Consolidation supporter sees flaws but is still satisfied

...merger between the city of Augusta and Richmond County, Ralph Walker preached patience in 1995 for the inevitable stumbles...as a way of reducing the cost of the government." RALPH WALKER, Augusta State professor who helped push a 1988 consolidation...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/12/25/met_35633.shtml
Metro | Richmond County Sheriff's Office | Augusta-Richmond County Commission | Augusta State University
Value of Copenhaver's support in mayor's race argued

...said. The group will make its endorsements this week.Retired Georgia Regents University political science professor Ralph Walker said candidates typically seek the endorsement by an incumbent, whoever it is.Copenhaver "is rather popular. He...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/elections/2014-05-10/value-copenhav
Watchers weigh effect of Helen Blocker-Adams' move

...She's still relevant to this community," Young said.Retired Georgia Regents University political science professor Ralph Walker predicted "that Helen will probably be in the runoff," an ironic detail in Augusta elections."History in Richmond...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/2014-05-17/watchers-weigh-effect-he
Ralph Walker for mayor

If anyone in this community knows more about city government, how things should be run, and has more knowledge than anyone I can think of as to how to keep Augusta up and running, it's Dr. Ralph H. Walker, professor emeritus of Augusta State University.Carolyn K. Kershner, Augusta

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/06/28/let_457211.shtml
Letters | Augusta State University
Low turnout may signal satisfaction

...Tuesday's Augusta Commission elections weren't. "No change," said Augusta State University political scientist Dr. Ralph Walker. "Don Grantham replacing Bill Kuhlke. No change. Jimmy Smith replacing Ulmer Bridges. No change. And Marion's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/11/06/met_388984.shtml
Metro | Augusta-Richmond County Commission
District 121 race: What experts are saying

Ralph Walker, political science professor at Augusta State University Quincy Murphy WHAT MUST HAPPEN FOR HIM TO WIN: Continue touting his...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/10/30/met_102485.shtml
Metro | Deke Copenhaver | Augusta State University | Augusta-Richmond County Commission
ASU professor to teach Southern politics in Germany

...Germany's largest universities requested that a local expert on the topic serve as a faculty member this summer. Ralph Walker, political science professor emeritus at Augusta State University, is taking his expertise overseas through a partnership...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/05/26/met_129951.shtml
Metro | Augusta State University
Sign shows where the money goes

...plenty of "Your 1-Cent Sales Tax at Work" signs. "People are willing to pay for something they can see," said Ralph Walker, director of Augusta State University Research Center and professor emeritus of political science. "If we can pay...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/02/06/met_281623.shtml
Metro | Augusta-Richmond County Commission | Daniel Field | Augusta State University
History favors runoff challengers

...opponent in the District 2 runoff election Nov. 23. Incumbents often become the underdog in Georgia runoffs, said Ralph Walker, a political scientist at Augusta State University. "In Georgia, incumbents historically have been very vulnerable...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/11/04/met_272570.shtml
Metro | Augusta-Richmond County Commission