The Susan Clarke Young Scholar Award recognizes scholars who completed their Ph.D. within the last three years (or are ABDs) and submitted a paper proposal for the 2022 APSA meeting to the 2022 program chairs.
Nomination Instructions: Please send the paper proposal to the award committee directly and designate that you are eligible for the Susan Clarke Young Scholars’ Award. Applicants may self-nominate.
Deadline for Nominations: March 15, 2022
Award Committee (2022):
- Jamila Michener (Cornell) – Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Myria Holman (Tulane), email@example.com
- Christina Greer (Fordham), firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Clarke Young Scholars Award:
|2021||Maria Carreri, Assistant Professor, UC San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy.
Tanu Kumar, Postdoctoral Fellow, William & Mary Professor of Political Science, William & Mary Global Research Institute.
|2020||Jonathan Collins, Assistant Professor, Department of Education & Affiliate of the Department of Political Science, Brown University.
Michael Hankinson, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Baruch College – City University of New York.
Amy Schoenecker, Assistant Professor, Department of Politics, Economics and International Studies, University of Hartford.
|2019||Peter Bucchianeri, Vanderbilt University
Carrie A. LeVan, Colby College
Sally A. Nuamah, Northwestern University
|2018||Patricia Kirkland, Princeton University
Peter Johannessen, Harvard University
|2017||Nazita Lajevardi, Michigan State University
David Kaufmann, University of Bern
Diane Wong, Cornell University
Sally Lawton, Johns Hopkins
|2016||Zachary Spicer, Brock University
Carolyn Barnes, Duke University
Norton Long Young Scholars Award:
Justin de Benedictis-Kessner
|2013||Mark Davis, University of Colorado, Denver
Zachary Spicer, University of Western Ontario
Veronica Herrera, University of Connecticut
Sara Hughes, National Center for Atmospheric Research
|2010||Justin Gest, London School of Economics and Political Science, “Alienation among European Muslims: Spanish Moroccans and British Bangladeshis”
Scott Minkoff, University of Colorado, Boulder, “A Space-Time Analysis of Local Competition and Cooperation”
Meg Rithmire, Harvard University, “Closed Neighborhoods in Open Cities: The Politics of Socio-Spatial Change in Urban China”
Paolo Spada, Yale University, “The Effects of Participatory Democracy: Evidence from Brazilian Participatory Budgeting”
Manuel Teodoro, Colgate University, “Political Institutions and Environmental Policy Choices: Water Conservation in America”
|2004||Brian Adams, San Diego State University
Joshua Behr, Old Dominion University
Michael Owens, Emory University
Deborah Ward, Seton Hall University
|2002||Carol Conaway, Wellesley College, “Covering Mayors: Race, Riots, and Responsibility”
Mara Sidney, Rutgers University, Newark
Brady Baybeck, University of Missouri, St. Louis
Gustavo Cano, University of San Diego
|2001||Peter Burns, Trinity College, “Electoral Politics Is Not Enough: The Ongoing Struggle of African Americans and Latinos for Full Representation in Urban Politics”
Anirudh Ruhil, University of Illinois at Chicago, “Beyond Lipservice: Unpacking the Roots and Fruits of Municipal Institutions”