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Previous APSA Minority Fellows Recipients

2016 APSA Minority Fellowship Program Travel Grant Recipients

In 2016, APSA awarded 11 alumni of the Minority Fellowship Program with a Travel Grant to assist in funding for the APSA Annual Meeting. The award winners are listed below with their current institutional affiliation and MFP fellowship year(s):

  • LaShonda Brenson, Project Vote, 2010
  • Shakari Byerly, UCLA, 2013
  • Ajenai Clemmons, Duke University, 2015
  • Chaya Crowder, Princeton University, 2015
  • Justine Davis, UC Berkeley, 2014
  • Garland Doyle, Wayne State University, 2014
  • Keneshia Grant, Howard University, 2008
  • Marlette Jackson, Stanford University, 2012
  • Marisha Lecea, Glenville State College, 2008
  • Danielle Lemi, UC Riverside, 2012
  • Camillia Redding, Columbia University, 2010
2015-2016 APSA Minority Fellowship Program Bios

The 2015-2016 APSA MFP Fellows are listed with their BA institutions (or former MA institution if applicable) and their new graduate institution:

Full biographies of the 2015-2016 APSA Minority Fellows were featured in the July 2015 edition of the PS Journal

2015 APSA Minority Fellowship Program Travel Grant Recipients

In 2015, APSA awarded 10 alumni of the Minority Fellowship Program with a Travel Grant to assist in funding for the APSA Annual Meeting. The award winners are listed below with their current institutional affiliation and MFP fellowship year(s):

  • Elias Assaf, Ohio State University, 2014
  • LaShonda Brenson, University of Michigan, 2010
  • Shakari Byerly, UCLA, 2013
  • Nyron Crawford, Temple University, 2008
  • LaGina Gause, University of Michigan, 2010
  • Muhammed Idris, Harvard University, 2011
  • Vanessa Nichols, University of Michigan, 2009, 2010
  • Patricia Posey, Harvard University, 2013
  • Soledad Prillaman, Harvard University, 2011
  • Camillia Redding, Columbia University, 2010

2014-2015 APSA Minority Fellowship Program Recipients

The following individuals were named 2014-2015 APSA MFP Fellows. Fellows are listed with their undergraduate and graduate insitutions, (PhD programs are listed in italics). 

  • Elias Assaf, University of Central Florida; The Ohio State University
  • Alvie Coes III, Georgia Southern University
  • Justine Davis, Elon University, American University of Paris; University of California, Berkeley
  • Garland Doyle, Wayne State University, Eastern Michigan University; Wayne State University
  • Maraam Dwidar, University of California, Davis; University of Texas-Austin
  • Liana Gonzalez, Texas A&M University; Texas A&M University
  • Erica Lee, Howard University; New York University
  • Eden Mesfun, Rutgers University; University of Kent (MA program)
  • N'Kosi Oates, University of Delaware
  • Mariah Prensa, SUNY Buffalo State; SUNY Stony Brook (MA program)
  • Sergio Sanchez, California State University, Chico; University of Maryland, University College
  • Briana Vargas-Gonzalez, Brevard Community College; University of Central Florida

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