KSI faculty and students win awards


KSI Graduate Student Affiliate and Political Science and International Relations Ph.D. student, Chin-Hao Huang has won the 2014 USC Ph.D. Achievement Award from the USC Graduate School/Provost’s Office. This is a university wide award given to only 5-6 students each year.


KSI Core faculty member, Professor Jacques Hymans won the 2013 Don K. Price Award from the American Political Science Association for his book Achieving Nuclear Ambitions: Scientists, Politicians, and Proliferation; for being the best book on science, technology, and politics published in the past three years.

Two graduated KSI Fellows have won distinguished awards in conjunction with research they presented at the 2013 USC-Michigan Undergraduate Conference.

  •  Janet Lee was 1 of 10 students to win the USC Provost's Global Scholar Prize which contributes $10,000 toward graduate education.
  •  Andrew Ju has been awarded a Fulbright fellowship and will study Korea's nuclear energy industry while living in Korea for 10 months.
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