The Class & Inequality section and the section on Race, Ethnicity, and Politics are pleased to announce the two winners from our first annual graduate student poster session on inequality. The prize committee, consisting of Jake Grumbach, Cecilia Mo, and Jesse Rhodes, has awarded the best poster on economic inequality to Josh McCrain (Emory) for “Legislative Staff and Inequality in Representation” and the best poster on social inequality to Christine Slaughter (UCLA) for “Contextual and Persistent: Poverty, Empowerment, and Engagement among African Americans.”
We want to extend a big thanks to the prize committee, the discussants who made time to participate in the session and give comments on the individual posters, and all the graduate student participants. We look forward to continuing this tradition in future years’ APSAs!
Below we’ve listed all participants from the poster session this year—we thank them again for their submissions and participation!
Zoe Nemerever, University of California San Diego
Josh McCrain, Emory University
Shom Mazumder, Harvard University
Brett J. Gall, Duke University
Hadass Silver, University of Pennsylvania
Christine M. Slaughter, UCLA
Claire Ma, University of Pennsylvania
Mitchell Kilborn, Harvard University
Sophie Borwein, University of Toronto
The graduate student poster session was organized by Alex Hertel-Fernandez (C&I Section Reception and Graduate Student Poster Session Officer) and Liz Suhay (C&I Section Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Chair).
Below are pictures of each poster presented at the poster session, in the order listed above. Click on the thumbnail to view a larger image.