Nadia E. Brown, an Associate Professor in Political Science and African American studies and joint awardee of a 2015 Global Midwest Internal Seed Grant for the project Why Barack Obama’s Road to the White House Began in Chicago: Race, Gender, and Politics in the Midwest, 1900-2016.
Robert Browning, Associate Professor in Political Science, was awarded a PRF International Travel Grant for Round 4 to attend the Responsible Communication and Governance Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark in October 2015.
Ann Marie Clark
Ann Marie Clark, an Associate Professor of Political Science, and a 2015-2016 Awardee of the PRF Research Grant for her project Unpacking Protection: The Informative power of Human Rights Monitoring Mechanisms.
Kimberly Marion Suiseeya
Kimberly Marion Suiseeya, Assistant Professor in Political Science, was awarded a PRF International Travel Grant for Round 4 to conduct international research for her project: From Presence to Influence: Examining the Politics of Indigenous Representation in Global Environmental Governance in Paris, France between November and December 2015.
S. Laurel Weldon
S. Laurel Weldon is a Distinguished Professor of Political Science and a 2015-2016 Awardee of the PRF Research Grant for her project Prioritizing Policies: Militarism and Women’s Rights Policies in Jordan and Morocco.