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EPOL Professor Jennifer Delaney wins Scholarly Paper Award
Jennifer Delaney, assistant professor in EPOL, will receive the 2012 Scholarly Paper Award by the Journal of Education Finance for an article she co-authored with William R. Doyle, Vanderbilt University. The article is titled "State spending on higher education: Testing the balance wheel over time." She will be recognized at an awards ceremony and will present her research during this year’s National Education Finance Conference to be held in San Antonio on May 2-4.
Each year, the Journal of Education Finance, in association with the National Education Finance Conference, selects the outstanding article. Committee members reviewed all papers published in the journal's Volume 36 (2010-2011), narrowed to three authors, and selected a finalist.
The conference provides a venue for collaboration among legislators, postsecondary education, school district and state agency personnel, professional organizations, and researchers concerned with the importance of equity, adequacy, and efficiency concepts that affect state, local, and federal revenue generation, distribution, and expenditures.
Professor Delaney joined the College of Education as a faculty member in 2009 and earned her Ph.D. from Stanford University in 2007. She has also worked for the University of Wisconsin at Madison, the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, and the U.S. Department of Education.