ABELL AWARD IN URBAN POLICY
In 2013 Seung Hee Lee, 2013 Ph.D., Bloomberg School of Public Health, a won for her paper, "Changing the Food Environment in Baltimore City: The Baltimore Health Carry-Out Intervention."
The Abell Award in Urban Policy is given annually to the students who author the most compelling papers on a policy problem facing the City of Baltimore and feasible solutions. The Selection Committee decides on the allocation of the $5,000 award.
All full-time students from the following schools are eligible to enter:
- Coppin State University
- Goucher College
- Johns Hopkins University
- Loyola University Maryland
- McDaniel College
- Morgan State University
- College of Notre Dame in Maryland
- Towson University
- University of Baltimore
- University of Maryland, Baltimore
- University of Maryland, College Park
- Stevenson University
Click here for more information on the 2013 Abell Award Competition
The Abell Award's 2013 first-place winner: Seung Hee Lee, 2013 Ph.D., Bloomberg School of Public Health, "Changing the Food Environment in Baltimore City: The Baltimore Health Carry-Out Intervention."
Read the winning papers from prior years.
To learn more about previous Abell Award winners, click here.