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#ACSP2018 Faculty Award Winners

Saturday, October 27, 2018  
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Each year, ACSP is proud to honor faculty and students who have distinguished themselves or made major contributions to the academy or to the planning profession.

The following ACSP members and distinguished guests were honored today at our awards luncheon for the 58th Annual Conference in Buffalo, New York.  

Charles Connerly, University of Iowa
Jay Chatterjee Award for Distinguished Service to ACSP

Karen Chapple, University of California, Berkeley
John Friedmann Book Award
Planning Sustainable Cities and Regions: Towards More Equitable Development

Ann Forsyth, Harvard University
Margarita McCoy Award for the Advancement of Women in Planning

Deirdre Pfeiffer, Arizona State University
Chester Rapkin Award for the Best Planning Article in JPER This Year
Who Really Bowls Alone? Cities, Suburbs, and Social Time in the United States
(JPER: Volume 37, Issue 2, June 2017)

Eric A. Morris, Clemson University
Chester Rapkin Award for the Best Planning Article in JPER This Year
Who Really Bowls Alone? Cities, Suburbs, and Social Time in the United States
(JPER: Volume 37, Issue 2, June 2017)

Megan Horst, Portland State University
ACSP Rising Scholar Award (non-R1)

John Mullin, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Planning Accreditation Board 2018 Outstanding Site Visitor Award - Educator

Fernando, Costa, City of Fort Worth Texas
Planning Accreditation Board 2018 Outstanding Site Visitor Award – Practitioner

Ruth Steiner, University of Florida
Journal of Planning and Educations (JPER) Top Reviewers – Editorial Board Member

Dick Klosterman, University of Akron (Emeritus)
Journal of Planning and Educations (JPER) Top Reviewers – Editorial Board Member

Thomas Sanchez, Virginia Tech
Journal of Planning and Educations (JPER) Top Reviewers – Non- Editorial Board Member

Marc Doussard, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Journal of Planning and Educations (JPER) Top Reviewers – Non-Editorial Board Member

Congratulations to all of our outstanding and deserving award recipients! Stay tuned to our website and eNews weekly as we take “A Closer Look” at each of our award winners in a special series highlighting each of our winners.


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