A paper co-authored by two Kellogg Institute faculty fellows and a doctoral student affiliate has received an award from the American Political Science Association (APSA).
“Does It Matter if You ‘Believe’ in Climate Change? The Example of Coastal Home Vulnerability” was co-authored by Debra Javeline, an associate professor of political science; Tracy Kijewski-Correa, the Leo E. and Patti Ruth Linbeck Collegiate Chair in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences and an associate professor of global affairs in the Keough School of Global Affairs; and Angela Chesler, who is completing her PhD in peace studies and political science through the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies.
The paper was selected by the APSA’s Science, Technology & Environmental Politics Section for the Paul A. Sabatier Best Conference Paper Award, given for the best paper on science, technology, and environmental politics presented at the previous year's APSA Annual Meeting.
Javeline studies Russia and global environmental problems including climate change. Kijewski-Correa is co-director of the Keough School’s Integration Lab and an associate professor in the engineering department. Her research addresses civil infrastructure challenges in the developed and developing world and natural hazard assessment and mitigation.