Katherine Eban Named as One of 32 Inaugural Andrew Carnegie Fellows

Excerpt from the Carnegie Corporation media release (04/22/15): 

New $6 Million Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program Supports Social Sciences and Humanities 

The Carnegie Corporation of New York announced the names of 32 Andrew Carnegie Fellows today as the inaugural class of a major annual fellowship program that will provide support for scholars in the social sciences and humanities. The Andrew Carnegie Fellows are an exceptional group of established and emerging scholars, journalists, and authors whose work distills knowledge, enriches our culture, and equips leaders in the realms of science, law, business, public policy and the arts. The fellowships aim to provide new perspectives on the program’s overarching theme for 2015: Current and Future challenges to U.S. Democracy and International Order. Winning proposals address issues including policing and race, big data and privacy, the impact of an aging population, the safety of generic drugs, and how attitudes are formed among voters.

Read more about the Carnegie Fellowship in the New York Times (04/22/15):

New $200,00 Carnegie Fellowships to Aid Researchers in Humanities and Social Science

 

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