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ACSP/IACP Karen R. Polenske Best Student Paper Award

 

for Outstanding Paper on a China Planning Related Topic

 

 

Deadline: June 30


The ACSP/IACP Karen R. Polenske Best Student Paper Award, established in honor of Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Karen R. Polenske - a prominent regional economist and a leading scholar of China's sustainable development - is given annually to International Association for China Planning (IACP) student members who present excellent research at major international planning conferences. Currently the IACP presents one Polenske award at their annual conference in China and one Polenske award at their annual membership meeting in the United States during the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) conference.

 
The winner of this competition will receive $ 1,000 USD to cover portions of her/his expenses for conference travel. In the case of two winners, the two winners will share the $1,000 USD prize.

The Karen R. Polenske Best Student Paper Award has been made possible by generous donations given by several distinguished individuals who are mostly Professor Polenske's former students.

 

Eligibility

To be eligible for this year’s ACSP Karen R. Polenske Best Student Paper Award, author must:

  1. be a current IACP student member;
  2. be either the sole author or the lead author of a paper that has been accepted for presentation at the ACSP Annual Conference (ACSP staff will verify the accepted paper); and
  3. attend and present the paper at the ACSP Annual Conference.

 

Submission Instructions

  • Please submit the full paper, along with one recommendation letter from either a faculty member or program administrator as one PDF.
  • The application deadline was June 30.

   

Evaluation

The award committee will evaluate the full papers submitted based on their innovative scholarship and insight that advance the understanding of China-related planning topics, including but not limited to urbanization, urban economics, housing and community development, environmental planning, land use policy, transportation planning, urban design, analytical methods for urban studies, regional development issues. The full paper submitted should have excellent organization, structure, style, clarity, and originality.

 

Award Committee
The committee constitutes four current IACP board members. It is established by IACP with consideration of the ACSP President and updated by both.

Chair: Jason Cao, University of Minnesota, cao@umn.edu
Mengke Chen, World Bank, mengke.chen@gmail.com
Shenjing He, University of Hong Kong, sjhe@hku.hk
Yiming Wang, University College London, yiming.wang@ucl.ac.uk

 

 

Past Award Winners

The entire history of award winners can be found here at www.acsp.org, PUBLICATIONS AND ARCHIVES then ARCHIVES then AWARDS.

Mission

The Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning promotes education, research, service and outreach in the United States and throughout the world by seeking to:

  • recognize diverse needs and interests in planning;
  • improve and enhance the accreditation process, and;
  • strengthen the role of planning education in colleges and universities through publications, conferences, and community engagement;
  • extend planning beyond the classroom into the world of practice.

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