2014 Carsey Summer Scholars Named

The inaugural recipients of the summer scholars program at the proposed Carsey School of Public Policy have been announced. Each awardee will receive $10,000 to use toward producing both a peer-reviewed and an applied research publication.

The recipients are:

Reagan Baughman, associate professor, economics, “The Impact of Economic Conditions on Utilization of Long-term Care” 

Cliff Brown, associate professor, sociology, “Mobilization in Defense of Local Water Resources”

Katie Edwards, assistant professor of psychology and women's studies, “Dating and Sexual Violence among New Hampshire Youth”

Rebecca Glauber, assistant professor, sociology, “The Economic Effects of Caring for Elderly Family Members”

Mary Malone, associate professor, political science, “Learning to Protect and Serve in Latin America”

Alison Watts, research assistant professor, civil engineering/environmental research group, “Water Quality Permits and the Great Bay”

Applicants were asked to submit a three-page proposal addressing the following broadly defined areas: children, youth, and families; social, economic and/or environmental sustainable community development, (including social innovation in nonprofit and corporate sectors); and civic engagement, including participatory governance. 

Publication Date: 
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Internal Notes: 
Alison Watts
UNH Campus Journal