Dobin Prize in Community-Based Independent Work
CBLI offers prizes for community-based junior and senior independent work: the Dobin Prize is awarded annually to the best thesis or junior paper which involves extensive research in a community setting and provides recommendations, new information and analysis, and/or other resources useful to the community. The prize is named after Dean Hank Dobin, who was instrumental to the creation of CBLI during his time at Princeton.
Congratulations to the 2012 Prize Winners!
Allison Daminger, First Prize
Cara Hampton, Second Prize
Rachel Blake, Third Prize
Helen Lopez, Honorable Mention
2011 Dobin Prize Winners
2010 Dobin Prize Winners
Congratulations to the winners of the 2010 Dean Hank Dobin Prize!
Alex Gertner, Anthropology, Pharmaceutical Care, Public Experiments and Patient Knowledge in the Brazilian Public Healthcare System
Henry Barmeier, Woodrow Wilson School, Why is Government in the Garden? Case Studies of Resilient Co-Governance in Urban Community Gardening Programs
Jessica Lanney, Woodrow Wilson School, Under One Roof: Integrating Affordable Housing and Family Homelessness Policy in Massachusetts
Emily Hildner, Politics, Disaster Racism: Cultural Weapons of Resistance and the Politics of Black Empowerment in Post-Katrina New Orleans