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Westminster PhD Student Wins Richard E. Neustadt Prize

2 February 2011

DPIR PhD student Charlotte Regan won the Richard E. Neustadt Prize for the best paper in US government and politics at the recent Conference of the American Politics Group of the Political Studies Association (APG) held at the Rothermere American Institute at the University of Oxford in January 2011.

The APG awards the Richard E. Neustadt Paper Prize to the best paper in the field of US government and politics presented by a postgraduate student at the conference. The prize is worth £100 and open to postgraduate students registered at UK universities and to papers authored singularly and jointly by postgraduates.

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