Steve Rogers wins APSA's Wm. Anderson Award and Christopher Mooney Award
Congratulations to Steve Rogers, Politics Ph.D. and a new assistant professor at Saint Louis University, who has won two awards for his dissertation, "Accountability in a Federal System." The American Political Science Association has chosen Steve's dissertation for the 2014 William Anderson Award for the best dissertation in the general field of federalism or intergovernmental relations, state and local politics. Steve is also a 2014 co-winner of the APSA State Politics & Policy Section's Christopher Mooney Dissertation Award.
Notification read, the "award will be formally presented at the APSA Awards Ceremony and Luncheon at the annual APSA meeting on Thursday, August 27, at 12:00 p.m. The room location is the Marriott Salon 1. This event will be hosted by the 2014 program chairs, Simon Jackman (Stanford University) and Melanie Manion (University of Wisconsin, Madison)."