Abell Award in Urban Policy calling for papers

The Abell Award in Urban Policy is a $5,000 award given annually to the student who authors the most compelling paper on a policy problem facing Baltimore City. Applicants identify a policy problem facing the city, analyze it, and propose a feasible solution based on the preponderance of evidence. It is sponsored by the Abell Foundation and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Institute for Health and Social Policy.

For more information, please see http://www.abell.org/abell-award-urban-policy.