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2022 David N. Kershaw Award Recipient

University of Texas at Austin Professor, Abigail Aiken, has been selected to receive the 2022 David N. Kershaw Award. Learn more about her accomplishments.

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APPAM is dedicated to improving public policy and management by fostering excellence in research, analysis and education.

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About APPAM

APPAM formally was created at a May 1979 conference at Duke University by representatives of 15 policy schools and research institutes. Within a few years, APPAM evolved into a unique association of both individual and institutional members with an elected leadership and Policy Council (the Association's board of directors). The first APPAM Fall Research Conference occurred in 1979 in Chicago.

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The annual APPAM Conference is a gathering of accomplished scholars, practitioners, and students with a goal of disseminating and cross-pollinating cutting-edge research in relevant public policy topics. If you are interested in learning about and presenting your research on public policy topics, it is a must-go conference. Count me in!

Abe Song, PhD Student, George Mason University

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