A consortium is a group formed to undertake an endeavor beyond the means of any one member. The Advisory Consortium assists the Steering Committee for the Bert & Phyllis Lamb Prize in Political Science by providing advice and guidance on how best to present information about the Prize to faculty and undergraduates. This is an endeavor that is best performed by many people working together to help improve communication about the Prize. Although the Advisory Consortium has no role in selecting prize winners, the members provide important advice to assist the Steering Committee in managing the Prize.
Members of the Advisory Consortium
Davida Alperin, Political Science Department, University of Wisconsin, River Falls
Kyeonghi Baek, Political Science Department, Buffalo State SU
David A. Belcher, University of California Berkeley School of Law, 2015 Recipient of the Lamb Prize
Zakhar Berkovich, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs, University of Albany
Nina Burkardt, Past-president, Western Social Science Association
Ross E. Burkhart, Department of Political Science, Boise State University
Taylor Chaffetz, Department of Political Science, Colorado State University
Beverly A. Cigler, Distinguished Professor Emerita, Public Policy & Administration, Pennsylvania State University–Harrisburg
Henry Evans, Department of Equal Opportunity & Affirmative Action and Department of Political Science, Idaho State University
Annisha Hardy, Levi Watkins Learning Center, Alabama State University
Melissa Ladenheim, Honors College, University of Maine.
Nicole Lynne Freiner, Department of History & Political Science, Bryant University
Elisabeth Graffy, School for the Future of Innovation in Society & Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University
Mark T. Imperial, Department of Public and International Affairs, University of North Carolina Wilmington
M. Dawn King, Environmental Studies, Brown University
Elizabeth A. Kusko, Department of Political Science, William Peace University
Ashley Leinweber, Department of Political Science, Missouri State University
Mariano Magalhães, Department of Political Science, Augustana College
Suzanne Pierce, Department of Political Science, Duke University
Erika Wolters, School of Public Policy, Oregon State University
Remembering our colleague and dear friend Dr. Edward Tseng who passed away on March 4, 2018. He was the first member of the Advisory Consortium.
Edward C. Tseng, Kwan Fong Institute of East Asian Studies, California Lutheran University, and Pace University