The Henry A Kissinger Center for Global Affairs at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) announced, in conjunction with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and Texas National Security Review, the 2020 Janne Nolan Prize winners for the best article on national security/international affairs.
Congratulations to PhD candidates Emma Campbell-Mohn and Suzanne Freeman, who both received recognition for their work.
The Janne Nolan Prize competition for the best article on national security/international affairs is hosted by the Future Strategy Forum, an initiative that connects scholars who research national security with leading practitioners and elevates female talent in the field. The competition offers prizes to the best new scholarship from early career scholars in national and international security. The awards given to graduate recipients of Special Recognition honors are supported by the Nuclear Studies Research Initiative (NSRI), a project sponsored by Carnegie Corporation of New York and MacArthur Foundation, in which the late Janne Nolan was an early and enthusiastic member.