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Political Science Education Section Award Recipients

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The Best APSA Conference Paper Award
The Best APSA Conference Paper Award is given for the best presentation on undergraduate education at the past year's APSA Annual Meeting.

2014 Ellen Claes, Catholic University, Belgium
"The Effect of Direct and Indirect Forms of Citizenship Education Results From a Three Wave Longitudinal Panel Survey in Belgium" (2013
2014 Marc Hooghe, Catholic University, Belgium
"The Effect of Direct and Indirect Forms of Citizenship Education Results From a Three Wave Longitudinal Panel Survey in Belgium" (2013)
2013 Ryan Claassen, Kent State University
"New Media, Civic Learning, and Civic Action Among Young People."
2013 Quin Monson, Brigham Young University
"New Media, Civic Learning, and Civic Action Among Young People."
2012 Rebecca Glazier, University of Arkansas Little Rock
Satire and Efficacy in the Political Science Classroom
2011 Joe Gershtenson, Eastern Kentucky University
Attitudes about Voter Registration: The Influence of Teaching
2011 Dennis Plane, Juniata College
Attitudes about Voter Registration: The Influence of Teaching
2010 John Ishiyama, University of North Texas
Do Graduate Student Teacher Training Courses Affect Placement Rates?
2010 Christine Balarezo, University of North Texas
Do Graduate Student Teacher Training Courses Affect Placement Rates?
2010 Tom Miles, University of North Texas
Do Graduate Student Teacher Training Courses Affect Placement Rates?
2008 Shannon Jenkins, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
"The Impact of In-Class Service-learning on Cognitive and Affective Learning Outcomes"
2007 Jeffrey Bernstein, Eastern Michigan University
How Citizens Learn Political Skills
2006 David Rankin, SUNY, Fredonia
"U.K.-U.S. Identity, Political Knowledge, and the War in Iraq"
2005 Philip Pollock III, University of Central Florida
"Teaching and Learning Online: Assessing the Effect of Gender Context on Active Learning"
2005 Kerstin Hamann, University of Central Florida
"Teaching and Learning Online: Assessing the Effect of Gender Context on Active Learning"
2005 Bruce Wilson, University of Central Florida
"Teaching and Learning Online: Assessing the Effect of Gender Context on Active Learning"
2004 Larry Chappell, Mississippi Valley State University
Co-Authored with Bernard L. Bray, Talladega College, "Civic Theater for Civic Education"
2004 Bernard Bray, Talladega College
Co-Authored with Larry W. Chappell, Mississippi Valley State University, "Civic Theater for Civic Education"
2003 Joel Westheimer, University of Ottawa
"Educating the 'Good' Citizen: The Politics of School -Based Civic Education Programs"
2003 Joseph Kahne, Mills College
"Educating the 'Good' Citizen: The Politics of School-based Civic Education Programs"
2002 Matthew Lindstrom, Sienna College
"What's a Bus Ticket Got to Do with My American Politics Class? Experimenting with a Political Treasure Hunt."
2001 Michelle Deardorff, Millikin University
"The Role of the 'Major' in Political Science Assessment: Recruitment, Rigor, Rolodex"
2001 Jacek Lubecki, Millikin University
"The Role of the 'Major' in Political Science Assessment: Recruitment, Rigor, Rolodex"
2001 Robert McIntire, Milikin University
"The Role of the 'Major' in Political Science Assessment: Recruitment, Rigor, Rolodex"
2000 Matthew Reed, DeVry Institute
"Back to Square One; Reinventing Political Science as a Humanistic Pursuit with Career-Minded Students"
1999 Lynne Ford, College of Charleston
"Providing a Reason for Students to Care: Creating Learning Communities through A Simulation Exercise"
1999 John Creed, College of Charleston
"Providing a Reason for Students to Care: Creating Learning Communities through A Simulation Exercise"
1999 Phil Jones, College of Charleston
"Providing a Reason for Students to Care: Creating Learning Communities through A Simulation Exercise"
1999 Frank Petrusak, College of Charleston
"Providing a Reason for Students to Care: Creating Learning Communities through A Simulation Exercise"

Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award is given to a person whose lifetime contribution to political science have had a significant impact on undergraduate education.


2003

Sheilah Mann, American Political Science Association

McGraw-Hill Award
The McGraw-Hill Award recognizes political scientists who advance civic engagement through the study of engagement and participation. The award seeks to honor a wide range of unique and new approaches to the scholarship and teaching of civic engagement, but in particular scholars who raise political awareness, involvement, and participation of undergraduate students.

2009 Daniel Shea, Allegheny College
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