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Green explores tech ethics and its boundaries in new paper

Feb 4, 2022
Who gets to define the ethics behind the use of technology in society? The discussion has become more pressing amid controversies related to misinformation, privacy, and algorithmic bias.  Ben Green explores this question as editor of a special...
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Kalena Thomhave (MPP ‘21) awarded the Peter Eckstein Prize

May 10, 2021
Recent Ford School graduate Kalena Thomhave (MPP ‘21) is the 2021 winner of the Peter Eckstein Prize for Interdisciplinary Research for her comprehensive analysis of the challenges faced by the U.S. Unemployment Insurance (UI) system during the...
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Call for applications: Interdisciplinary student prize now open

Jan 28, 2021
Submissions are now being accepted for the Ford School’s top award for student work, the Peter Eckstein Prize for Interdisciplinary Research and Policy Analysis. The award is given to a student or a group of students in any Ford School degree...
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Applications for interdisciplinary student prize now open

Jan 29, 2020
Submissions are now being accepted for the Ford School’s top award for student work, the Peter Eckstein Prize for Interdisciplinary Research and Policy Analysis. The second annual Peter Eckstein Prize will be awarded later this spring to a Ford...
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Joint-PhD Paul Atwell receives first Peter Eckstein Prize

May 2, 2019
Paul Atwell, a joint-PhD student in public policy and political science, along with his microeconomist co-authors Alex Armand and Joseph Gomes from the University of Navarra in Spain, are the inaugural winners of the Peter Eckstein Prize for...
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New student prize recognizes interdisciplinary policy research

Jan 23, 2019
Starting this semester, students will have a new opportunity to earn recognition for excellent interdisciplinary research and writing. The Peter Eckstein Prize for Interdisciplinary Research and Policy Analysis, will be awarded to a Ford School...