Awards

Awards

  • Brenton Kenkel receives the Best Poster Award at the summer meeting of the Political Methodology Society in 2011.
  • Curtis Signorino, Muhammet Bas, and Robert Walker received the 2009 Warren Miller Prize for their article Statistical Backwards Induction: A Simple Method for Estimating Recursive Strategic Models.
  • Arthur Spirling receives the 2007 John Williams Award, presented by the Society for Political Methodology for the best dissertation prospectus in the field.
  • Jun Xiang receives the Award for Best Graduate Student Paper at the Peace Science Society in 2007.
  • David Carter receives the Award for Best Graduate Student Paper at the Peace Science Society in 2006.
  • Stephen Gent receives the Award for Best Graduate Student Paper at the Peace Science Society in 2004.

Star Lab Awards

  • Star Lab Fellows
    • (2014 - 2015): Chitralekha Basu
    • (2014 - 2015): Casey Crisman-Cox
    • (2013 - 2014): Rob Carroll
    • (2013 - 2014): Jeff Marshall
    • (2012 - 2013): Jeff Arnold
    • (2012 - 2013): Jonathan Olmsted
    • (2012 - 2013): Kerim Kavlaki
    • (2012 - 2013): Peter Haschke
    • (2011 - 2012): Yukari Iwanami
    • (2011 - 2012): Brenton Kenkel
    • (2011 - 2012): Patrick Kuhn
    • (2010 - 2011): Jonathan Olmsted
    • (2009 - 2010): Yoji Sekiya
    • (2008 - 2009): Adam Ramey
    • (2007 - 2008): Arthur Spirling
    • (2006 - 2007): Muhammet Bas
    • (2006 – 2007): Taehee Whang
  • Best Conference Presentation
    • (2013 - 2014): Jeffrey Marshall for A Two-Step Approach for Directly Estimating Strategic Interdependence
    • (2013 - 2014): Susanna Supalla for The Market for 'Hard' Money: Funding Flows through Political Parties Post-BCRA
    • (2013 - 2014): Rob Carroll for Simulated ML Estimation of Games with Many Players
    • (2013 - 2014): Chitralekha Basu for Deconstructing Valence: The Importance of Non-Policy Attributes to Voters
    • (2011 – 2012): Jonathan Olmsted for Missing the Point: The President, Abstention, and Ideal Point Estimation
    • (2011 – 2012): Jeffrey Arnold for Pricing the Costly Lottery: Financial Market Reactions to Battlefield Events in the American Civil War
    • (2011 – 2012): Brenton Kenkel for Bounds for Logistic Regression Coefficients with Nonignorable Missing Outcomes
    • (2011 – 2012): Gary E. Hollibaugh, Jr. for Vacancies, Vetting, and Votes: A Unified Dynamic Model of the Appointments Process
    • (2010 - 2011): Yukari Iwanami for Delegating the Power to Govern Security Affairs: The Composition of the UN Security Council
    • (2008 - 2009): Jeremy Kedziora for Endrogenous War Aims and State Resolve
    • (2008 - 2009): Jun Xiang for Relevance as a Latent Variable in Dyadic Analysis of Conflict
    • (2007 - 2008): Matthew B. Platt for Exploring Bill Sponsership in Post-WWII America