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2020 Hoopes Prize Winners

2020 Hoopes Prize Winners

May 18, 2020
Conratulations to Nada Attia for her thesis, “Let’s Talk about Sexually Transmitted Infection: Exploring Arab Immigrant Mothers’ Conceptions Surrounding HPV, Cervical Cancer, and Its Methods of Prevention”—nominated by Professor S. V. Subramanian; Trevor  Ladner for his project entitled “Blackness on the Whiteboard: Teaching Race and Racism in Mississippi Social Studies Education”—nominated by Mr. Thomas Wooten; and Maribel Nava for her project entitled “State Carceral Institutions and Community Identity in Rural America:... Read more about 2020 Hoopes Prize Winners
Ellis Monk

More Than Just Race: Skin Tone and the Criminal Justice System

May 6, 2020

For many decades now social scientists have shown how, in so many ways, one's ethnoracial background is associated with a whole host of important outcomes from educational attainment to labor market outcomes to health.  Many studies also provide compelling evidence of ethnoracial disparities in the criminal justice system – the probability of being arrested, incarcerated, and even the length of criminal sentences.  ... Read more about More Than Just Race: Skin Tone and the Criminal Justice System

Manja

Klemenčič receives advising award

May 5, 2020
Manja Klemenčič was selected as one of this year's recipients of the John R. Marquand Award for Excellence in Advising and Support. Each year, the Harvard Undergraduate Council partners with the Advising Programs Office (APO) and the Dean of Students Office (DSO) to recognize advisors who have positively shaped the Harvard experiences of those around them. The prize is "awarded to a staff or faculty... Read more about Klemenčič receives advising award
Caitlin Daniel won the Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science's postdoctoral award

Caitlin Daniel won the Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science's postdoctoral award

April 28, 2020
Congratulations to Caitlin Daniel, who won the Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science's postdoctoral award!  This very competitive award recognizes "work of notable quality, potential, and/or likely impact on the field completed by a postdoc in the population health sciences." Read more about Caitlin Daniel won the Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science's postdoctoral award