Awards - Stein Rokkan Travel Grant Award

Stein RokkanThe Stein Rokkan Award is one of the IPSA travel grants that the association began offering its members in the early 1990s. The purpose of the Stein Rokkan fellowships is to assist a small number of graduate students to attend the world congress by covering their basic travel and accommodation costs. The recipients receive financial assistance towards travel and subsistence. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Committee on Awards, and they are supported by the Stein Rokkan fund. 

Stein Rokkan (1921-1979)

A promoter of social and political science, Stein Rokkan contributed greatly to the field of comparative politics, notably during his teaching years at Bergen University. He assumed the role of President of IPSA from 1970-73. He was also Vice-President of the International Sociological Association, Chairman of the European Consortium for Political Research (which he helped found), and President of the International Social Science Council.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amount - $1,000 USD (Following Congress)

The prize is of $1,000 USD for basic travel and accommodation costs for the following IPSA World Congress of Political Science.
Observations: Up to 3 recipients may share the award of $1,000 USD

 

Aplication deadline - April 15, 2016

 

Guidelines for application:

The following are the criteria for the award:
1. each candidate must be registered in a degree granting programme;
2. normally candidates must be at the doctoral level but in exceptional cases where qualifications and money allow students at master’s level may be considered;
3. candidates must demonstrate that their academic institutions and professors have bestowed on them high academic honour and esteem.

Applicants for the award are expected to submit:
1. a curriculum vitae,
2. a statement of the nature of the research project and an indication as to how it could benefit from participation in the congress;
3. a letter of reference from an academic familiar with the applicant’s work certifying his or her academic status and indicating his or her suitability for the award;
4. a representative sample of written work whose length should not be greater than a scientific journal article;
5. a statement indicating financial need in respect of the costs of attending the congress.

The committee on awards will assess candidates’ written work.

Applications are to be sent :

By email: A PDF copy by email to the attention of Guy Lachapelle, the IPSA Secretary General,  to: awards@ipsa.org

Or

By mail: A printed copy by mail to:

Guy Lachapelle
Secretary General
International Political Science Association (IPSA)
1590, av. Docteur-Penfield, bureau 331
Montréal (QC) H3G 1C5
Canada

 

 

Stein Rokkan Award Recipients

 

2016 (in Poznan)
Ozge Uluskaradag (Concordia University, Canada)
Ozge Uluskaradag is a Ph.D candidate in the department of Political Science at Concordia University, Montreal, QC Canada. She received her bachelor and masters degrees from Middle East Technical University, Ankara/Turkey from the departments of Political Science and Public Administration and European Studies respectively. In order to pursue her Ph.D studies, she came to Canada in 2011. Over the years she has received numerous scholarships including Concordia University Faculty of Arts and Science Fellowship, Concordia University School of Graduate Studies Fellowship, Concordia International Full Tuition Remission Award. She has currently two papers under review in two high ranked peer reviewed journals. Her current dissertation research looks at the impact of politicization on policy formulation in health care. In a comparative case study of France and Turkey, she examines how different forms of political control affect the way in which health policies are formulated and health outcomes are shaped. She is  currently in Paris, France as a visiting research fellow at EHESS-Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales doing research for her dissertation.

 

Joan Barcelo (Washington University in St. Louis, US)
Joan Barceló is a PhD student at Washington University in St. Louis. Prior to beginning his PhD program, Joan has been a research assistant at the University of Barcelona, Pompeu Fabra University, New York University and UN-ESCAP in Bangkok. Joan holds a B.A. in political science from University of Barcelona, awarded with the university Extraordinary Prize and the National Prize for the best Spanish student to graduate in 2010; a M.A. in political science from Pompeu Fabra University; and, a M.A. in comparative politics from New York University. He has also been awarded several scholarships for studying in Spain and the U.S., including fellowships by Catalunya Caixa and La Caixa. In the last years, Joan has been a research assistant at the University of Barcelona, Pompeu Fabra University, New York University, Washington University, and the United Nations, and done research stays in Thailand (UN – ESCAP, 2013) and China (NYU – Shanghai, 2014). He is currently interested in the study of public opinion, comparative political behavior and political psychology. His work has recently been awarded with the Antoinette Dames Prize for Outstanding Graduate-Level Paper from the Washington University, and published in Social Science Quarterly, Nations and Nationalism, and elsewhere.
 

2014 (in Montréal)
Elbra, Ainsley (University of Sydney, Australia)

2012 (in Madrid)
Akhmetkarimov, Bulat (Johns Hopkins University, USA)
Phiri, Madalitso Zililo (University of Cape Town, South Africa)
Nasir, Muhammad Ali (University of Karachi, Pakistan)

2009* (in Santiago)
Fernando Boidi, Maria (Vanderbilt University, USA)
Gorbak, Erika (Harvard University, USA)
Santana, Luciana (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil)

2006 (in Fukuoka)
Ferreira Do Vale, Helder (Universidad de Barcelona, Spain)
Engstrom, Par (Mansfield College, United Kingdom)
Rozanova, Julia (University of Alberta, Canada)

2003 (in Durban)
Jacobs, Sean (South Africa)         
Lutz, Georg (Switzerland)         
Grant, Andrew (Canada)

2000 (in Québec City)
Hui, Tin-bor V. (Hong Kong)

1997 (in Seoul)
Najam, Adil (USA)               
Perron, Catherine (France)

1994 (in Berlin)
Dicklich, Susan (USA)
McGillivray, Fiona (USA)
Santiso, Javier (France)

1991 (in Buenos Aires)
Bolongaita, Emil O (USA)
Pivron, Anne (Mexico)
Xiao, Ren (UK)

1988 (in Washington DC)
Araujo, José (Columbia)
Doehler, Marian (Germany)
Fortin, Alfred (USA)
Katz, Yitzhak (Israel)
Nikolic, Vesna (Yugoslavia)
Saggar, Shamit (UK)
Zobel-Zubrzycka, Halina (Australia)

1985 (in Paris)
Bartholomew, Amy (Canada)
Aquero, Felipe (Chile)
Wang, Huning (China)
Zhao, Xiangyang (China)
Lu, Xiaobo (China)
Zhang, Xiaowu (China)
Farahani, Hossain (Iran)
Jeong, Changik (Korea)
McKnight, Lee (USA)

1982 (in Rio de Janeiro)
Conteh, Musa Ballah (Côte d’Ivoire)
Gagnon, Alain (Canada)
MacDonald, Scott (USA)

* In 2009, the prize was also supported by a significant donation from the American Political Science Association.