Abell Award 2016 for excellent Baltimore policy paper

The $5,000 Abell Award in Urban Policy is given annually to the student who authors the most compelling paper on a policy problem facing the city of Baltimore and feasible solutions. The award is sponsored by the Baltimore-based Abell Foundation and the Johns Hopkins Institute for Health and Social Policy. The contest is intended to encourage fresh thinking about the challenges facing Baltimore City.

The deadline is 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16.

Please tell any students who you think may be interested about this competition. For details, click here.