Karl Popper Prize for National and Global Affairs
Papers will be judged by a faculty committee organized by our two faculty advisors, Dr. Kimberly Cowell-Meyers and Dr. Robert Adcock
Clocks and Clouds awards the Karl Popper Prize for National and Global Affairs, an award of $100, to the best paper published in the Journal by an American University undergraduate student in the School of International Service or School of Public Affairs.
Previous winners include:
2021: Lucas Piedmonte for ““The Supreme Court Changed My Mind”: How Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) Influences Public Attitudes on Same-Sex Couple Adoptions”
2020: Noah Genovese-Mester for “Preventing Civil War Recurrence Through Authoritarian Consolidation”
2019: Morgan Harris for “An Examination of the European Union’s Use of Lawfare Since 2001”
Papers will be judged by a faculty committee organized by our two faculty advisors, Dr. Kimberly Cowell-Meyers and Dr. David Mislan.
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