Two Penn Arts and Sciences researchers have been selected as 2018 Andrew Carnegie Fellows

Daniel Q. Gillion and Beth Simmons

Daniel Q. Gillion, Julie Beren Platt and Marc E. Platt Presidential Associate Professor of Political Science, and Beth Simmons, Andrea Mitchell University Professor, have been selected to receive the 2018 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship.

Gillion and Simmons, along with 29 other recipients, will receive a $200,000 stipend allowing them to devote as long as two years to research and writing. 

Created in 2015 by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the fellowship program supports high-caliber scholarship and research that applies perspectives from the humanities and social sciences to address pressing issues.

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