IN THE NEWS Fall 2016
Sultan Tepe, 2013-2014 Institute Faculty Fellow, was awarded the 2016 American Political Science Association's (APSA) Weber Best Paper Award for “The Elusive Structure of State Secularism and its Disguised Critics.” The award recognizes research and analytical excellence and is given by the APSA, the highest ranked professional organization in Political Science with more than 13,000 members from 80 countries. Professor Tepe wrote: “The Humanities Institute's excellent intellectual environment enabled me to develop the arguments of the paper and to sharpen my research.” We are delighted to be able to support ongoing research projects and congratulate Sultan.
Cody Stephens, PhD candidate in Criminal Justice, and part of the inaugural ReWrite Dissertation Writing Retreat, submitted her dissertation in July 2016. Congratulations to Cody.