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Sociology student chosen as a 2016 National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellow

Modified: May 18, 2016

Jordan Conwell, a Sociology student, has been chosen as a 2016 National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellow. Thirty-five fellows were chosen from nearly 400 applications from students at over 100 graduate institutions. This award reflects the Selection Committee’s confidence in the quality of the student’s preparation and potential to contribute to our understanding of education. 

The Dissertation Fellowship Program is part of the National Academy of Education’s effort to encourage outstanding new scholars from many disciplines to bring their insights to bear on issues related to education. The fellows are invited to participate in two meetings during the fellowship year in Washington, DC, where they will have the opportunity to interact with Academy members and the NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellows. At both of these meetings, the fellows are given opportunities to share their work with each other and more senior scholars.

Congratulations, Jordan!

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