Honors and Awards

Jennifer Klein awarded 2014 Hans Sigrist Prize from the Hans Sigrist Foundation at the University of Bern

Jennifer L. Klein (Cohort 8 — Yale Alumni List) 

has been awarded the prestigious 2014 Hans Sigrist Prize for her contribution to the field of "Women and Precarity: Historical Perspectives". The Hans Sigrist Foundation at the University of Bern presented Jennifer with the award on December 6, 2014 in Switzerland. 

Dr. Klein is Professor in the Department of History at Yale University
December 12, 2014

Andrew Whitford has been elected as a 2014 Fellow to the National Academy of Public Administration

Andrew B. Whitford (Cohort 6 — Michigan Alumni List) 

has been elected as a Fellow to the National Academy of Publication Administration in November 2014.

Dr. Whitford is Alexander M. Crenshaw Professor of Public Administration and Policy in the at The University of Georgia
November 20, 2014

Article by Martha Bailey receives prize

Martha Bailey (Cohort 12 — Michigan Alumni List) 

co-authored "How Johnson Fought the War on Poverty: the Economics and Politics of Funding at the Office of Economic Opportunity" in the Journal of Economic History (2014; 351-388).  This article received the 2014 Arthur H. Cole Prize for best article from the Economic History Association.

Dr. Bailey is Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at University of Michigan
October 03, 2014

Daniel Gillion Receives APSA Best Book Award

Daniel Gillion (Cohort 19 — Harvard Alumni List) 

was awarded the APSA's Race, Ethnicity and Politics Section’s 2014 Best Book Award for The Political Power of Protest: Minority Activism and Shifts in Public Policy.

Dr. Gillion is Associate Professor in the Political Science Department at University of Pennsylvania
September 29, 2014

Craig Volden and Eric Patashnik (NAC member) Receive Teaching Awards

Craig M. Volden (Cohort 8 — Michigan Alumni List) 

received an All-University Teaching Award, also from the University of Virginia. Eric Patashnik (NAC member) received the University Jefferson Scholars Foundation Award for Excellence in Teaching from the University of Virginia.  

Dr. Volden is Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Public Policy and Politics in the at University of Virginia
September 24, 2014