Sunday, August 17, 2014

American Studies Director Micki McGee Wins ASA Claude Award for Neurodiversity Article

American Studies
Director Micki McGee

The American Sociological Association's Claude Award was presented to Professor Micki McGee this weekend at the ASA's Annual Meeting in San Francisco.  McGee received the award for her essay on neurodiversity published in Contexts in Summer 2012.  The Claude Awards are designed to recognize "outstanding contributions to Contexts . . . as judged by the members of the magazine's editorial board." The award series is named after Claude Fischer, the ASA magazine's founding editor.  Please join us in congratulating Professor McGee on this honor.

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