The Hanes Walton, Jr. Endowment for Graduate Study in Racial and Ethnic Politics

The Hanes Walton, Jr. Endowment for Graduate Study in Racial and Ethnic Politics was established by Hanes’s family, colleagues, mentees, and friends in order to continue his legacy of scholarship, teaching and mentoring. The Award is intended to support professional development of the recipient’s career. The stipend may be used for travel related to data collection, academic collaborations or conference participation, summer courses at ISR, pilot research for a dissertation, or the purchase of research-related equipment.

Current Award Winner

2016 Winning Proposal: Princess Williams

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Past Award Winners

2015 Winning Proposal: Nicole Yadon

2014 Winning Proposal: Tatiana M. F. Cruz and Matthew Countryman