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2 AAG Members Earn Awards Grants for Social Policy Research

AAG members Alida Cantor of Clark University and David Wachsmuth of New York University were each selected by the Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy to receive grants for their research in the social sciences. They were among 16 scholars selected for this year's award. Cantor additionally earned the Martinus Nijhoff Award, a special recognition for policy implications of scientific, technological and medical…
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Update on Sequestration

Earlier this month, the AAG sent a message to the membership to follow up on the federal budget action known as sequestration, which is limiting funding to most federal programs, including scientific research accounts and urging AAG members to express their views on this issue to policymakers. The AAG had sent a similar message in February 2013…
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