Potter College News
2015 Founders' Fellow Selected
- Tuesday, March 24th, 2015
ASPA is proud to announce its 2015 Class of Founders’ Fellows. The 25 Fellows are a select group of students who will receive ASPA’s Founders' Fellowships. They represent 15 states and 3 countries.
The Founders' Fellows Program recognizes outstanding students and new professionals in public administration. They are selected as part of a competitive and rigorous review process and will present their research at the ASPA Annual Conference in Chicago, March 6-10.
Fellows also receive substantial professional development through ASPA which includes networking opportunities and sustained mentoring by a seasoned scholar or practitioner.
In addition to being recognized at the 2015 Annual Conference, the Fellows will receive a complimentary one year ASPA membership and participate in the full range of special programming at the conference.
Founders' Fellowships recognize outstanding students and new professionals in the field. Following a competitive review process, the Founders’ Fellows are selected to present their scholarship during the ASPA conference. They receive substantial professional development and networking opportunities, including mentoring by a seasoned scholar or practitioner. The 2015 ASPA Founders Fellows include an impressive group of 25 awardees from 15 states and three countries.
For a more in-depth look at Abdul's time at the ASPA conference, visit http://www.wku.edu/political-science/abdulsamadstory.pdf
Claudia C. Caruso, University of Delaware
Noam Cohen, University of Haifa, Israel
Joseph B. Deegan, Indiana University
Stephanie D. Dolamore, University of Baltimore
Peter Stanley Federman, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
Clare J. FitzGerald, North Carolina State University
Amir Hefetz, University of Haifa, Israel
Alison Jenifer Holt, Wayne State University
Andrea J. Huston, Walden University
Mirit Kisner, University of Haifa, Israel
Angela Kline, University of Delaware
George C. Labonte, Roger Williams University
Samantha June Larson, University of Colorado - Denver
Seema Mahato, Ohio University
Nadeen Makhlouf, American University
Denzel Maxwell, Texas Tech University
Eleanor Keeton, Nowak Virginia Commonwealth University
Arlena Nwosu, North Carolina Central University
Abdul Samad, Western Kentucky University
Mona Hafeez Siddiqui, Virginia Commonwealth University
Ranjeet Singh, Panjab University, Chandigarh
Ammar Suria, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS-Pakistan)
William L. Swann, Florida State University
Michele Tantardini, Florida International University
Kimberly K. Wiley, Florida State University