The American Political Science Association announces the inauguration of the Kenneth Sherrill Prize for the academic year.
The Kenneth Sherrill Prize recognizes the best doctoral dissertation proposal for an empirical study of lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) topics in political science. The purpose of this prize is to encourage and enable empirical work on LGBT topics by graduate students, and to broaden the recognition of this work within political science.
The Prize will award $200 to a selected PhD candidate, who will also be recognized at the APSA Awards Ceremony at the 2016 APSA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA. Applicants must have successfully defended the prospectus for their dissertation, or intend to defend their prospectus by July 31, 2016.
Applications for the 2016 Kenneth Sherrill Prize are open until April 1, 2016. To apply for the 2016 prize, please submit your information here.