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PhD candidate Danielle Vance-McMullen has received a grant of $7,500 from the Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy to support her research. Her project, The Nonprofit Organization Boom and Its Consequences for Charitable Giving, focuses on the effects of the recent dramatic growth of nonprofits organizations. Vance-McMullen is one of 19 scholars from around the world receiving the grants for 2015.
William "Sandy" Darity, Jr, gave the Lewis-Oaxaca Distinguished Lecture On "Genetics and Inequality" at the 2016 AEA Summer Mentoring Pipeline Conference at Michigan State University in July. He was given a plaque recognizing the event by Marie Mora, director of the American Economics Association Mentoring Program, which seeks to address the under-representation of racial and ethnic scholars among those seeking a doctoral degree in economics.