Awards and Grants

AWARDS AND SELECTED RECENT GRANTS

  • Best Book Award, APSA Organized Section on Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics, 2018.
  • Fellow, Society for Political Methodology, Elected 2016.
  • Hewlett Foundation Grant: “Understanding Primary Particpation” ($400,000), 2014-2015, co-PI with Gregory A. Huber.
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant: “Inadequate Medical Evidence: Political Incentives and the Prospects for Sustainable Reform” ($335,000), 2009-2014, co-PI with Eric Patashnik.
  • Robert Dahl Fellow, American Academy of Political and Social Science, Elected 2014 Class.
  • Best Paper on Public Policy Award, APSA Organized Section on Public Policy, 2014.
  • Best Book Award, APSA Organized Section on Experimental Research, 2013.
  • Smith Richardson Foundation Grant: “Can We Make Better Use of Medical Evidence? Political Incentives and the Prospects for Reform” ($149,861), 2009-2012, co-PI with Eric Patashnik.
  • National Science Foundation Grant: “Social and Psychological Dimensions of Ballot Secrecy” ($198,040), 2010-2011, co-PI with Gregory A. Huber.
  • Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Science, Elected 2009 Class.
  • PEW Charitable Trusts Grant: “Assessment of the Quality of Voter Registration Lists in the U.S.: Pilot Study” ($124,000), 2006, co-PI with Stephen Ansolabehere.
  • Fellow, Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences, 2004-2005.
  • Heinz Eulau Award for the best paper in the American Political Science Review in 2002 (for “Equal Votes, Equal Money: Court Ordered Redistricting and the Distribution of Public Expenditures in the American States”), 2003.