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Below we have listed several of our ongoing and completed research projects. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out as we are happy to provide more information!

TSR has been building up its capacity to manage projects since its foundation in 2019. We have since completed 3 projects and are currently working on 1 more project.​​

Our projects are a combination of TSR-developed and those initiated in conjunction with a student organization.

Solar Panel NPV Analysis

January 2019 – January 2021

This report is centered around two main concepts. The first is in-depth cost analysis evaluating the return on investment if UGA were to self-purchase solar panels and install them on UGA buildings. The second is an examination of a PPA agreement at Emory University that would allow UGA to forgo the intensive capital investment required to purchase solar panels, yet still reap the benefits.

UGA Project RED Analysis

August 2021 – July 2022

This report is centered around increasing accessibility to women's products at UGA. We conducted an in-depth cost benefit and NPV analysis evaluating the return on investment if UGA were to self-fund free women's products and dispensers in UGA buildings. The second is an in depth analysis of  period products and women's health, specifically looking at the impact of this in college and on campus. We also created a heat map of bathroom usage on campus.

Affordable Connectivity Program Project

August 2023 – Current

This report is centered around the rollback of the affordable connectivity program.  The ACP's future is uncertain due to the anticipated depletion of funds by April 2024, raising concerns about sustainability and ongoing support for its participants. The discontinuation of the program threatens educational, economic, healthcare, and communication opportunities for lower-income Americans, underscoring the immediate need for alternative approaches to digital equity. This report aims to analyze the effects of this programs rollback, and offers solutions to keep the program operational.

Athens Food Insecurity

August 2020 – May 2021

This project focuses on food insecurity in Athens by analyzing how low-income areas of Athens are affected by limited access to nutritious foods. We are mapping these areas to provide the Athens government and relevant nonprofits with additional data points on how they can guide appropriate resources.

UGA Mental Health Resources

August 2022 – May 2023

This research paper evaluates the quality, accessibility, and effectiveness of mental health resources at UGA. Despite a variety of available resources, the study finds that students face barriers to access, compounded by a lack of awareness about lesser-known programs and free services. The paper suggests practical  recommendations that could enhance student well-being but also alleviate the demand on UGA's Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS), which would contribute to an overall improvement in mental health support for students.

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