Category Archives: Innovation

Knowledge with a Purpose

‘Have you been thinking that you might want to apply for the Lamb Prize? If so, there is good advice from past winners in a series of short videos. You can access the videos from the Past Recipients Page. There … Continue reading

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Honorable Mention Announced for the 2021 Lamb Prize

The 2021 Honorable Mention Award for the Lamb Prize has been presented to Andrew Hinckley of Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island.  Mr. Hinckley’s award-winning paper is entitled “Ending Partisan Gerrymandering.” His application was sponsored by Professor Richard Holtzman, who … Continue reading

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How to Apply for the Lamb Prize

DEADLINE FOR RECEIVING APPLICATIONS AND NOMINATIONS IS FEBRUARY 17, 2023 Download the Lamb Prize Flyer Steps in Preparing and Submitting an Application: Check out the selection criteria. Revise your paper with the help of your Advisor or Mentor. Download the … Continue reading

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The Lamb Prize rewards innovation and good writing among undergraduates majoring in Political Science or one of its sub-fields. Continue reading

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A Word about Innovation

Innovation is about solving problems.  Bert and Phyllis Lamb’s interest in innovation might be best described as a concern for efficiency and effectiveness. Phyllis designed homes for individual clients and for sale. Bert built them. They looked for ideas, improvements, … Continue reading

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