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Askew School Faculty Receive Fellowships

Two faculty members of the Askew School of Public Administration and Policy have received fellowships from the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) to mark the organization’s 40th Annual Fall Research Conference.

Assistant Professors Daniel Fay and Tian Tang are among the 40 outstanding early career research professionals to receive the fellowships to fund travel, lodging and registration at the fall conference.

“The essential work from early career professionals will shape the future of public policy research,” noted APPAM’s announcement about the fellowships. “Our goal is to provide opportunities for these scholars to grow their professional networks and share their research with the broader policy audience.”

Both scholars joined the Askew faculty in 2016. Fay’s research focuses on public management, public policy, higher education, and veteran affairs. Tang specializes in environmental and energy policy, technology policy, policy process, and collaborative and network governance.

The two were among the 40 public administration faculty and professionals from such institutions as Georgia Tech, New York University, RAND Corporation, Duke, Georgetown, and others to receive the awards.