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March 2023: María-Elena Giner, 2020 Grant Recipient, is published in the Journal of Environmental Science & Policy for research entitled "Assessing the impact of wastewater infrastructure along the Texas-Mexico Border: Did we make a difference on contagious diseases?"

February 2023: Anisa Kline, 2021 Recipient, is published by the Ohio Latino Affairs Commission for research entitled "Latino H2A Workers and Their Importance for Ohio"

2022: Betsy Q. Cliff, 2018 Recipient, is published in Health Services Research for research entitled "Do high-deductible health plans affect price paid for childbirth?"

July 2022: Call for Applications

June 2022: Press Release, Horowitz Foundation Announces 2021 Awards

March 2022: Shiran Shen, 2016 Grant Recipient, published a book, "The Political Regulation Wave: A Case of How Local Incentives Systemically Shape Air Quality in China"

October 12, 2021: Douglas Luke installed as the Irving Louis Horowitz Professor in Social Policy at Washington University in Saint Louis' Brown School. 

July 26, 2021: Call for Applications

June 23, 2021: Press Release, Horowitz Foundation Announces 2020 Awards

2020: Danielle Judith Zola Carr, 2017 Recipient, is published in History of the Human Sciences for research entitled "‘Ghastly marionettes’ and the political metaphysics of cognitive liberalism: Anti-behaviourism, language, and the origins of totalitarianism"

July 1, 2020: Press Release, Horowitz Foundation Awards Grants to 25 Scholars for Social Policy Research
February 2020:  Alexis Walker, 2011 Grant Recipient, publishes a new book based on research partially funded by HFSP:  https:/  

October 3, 2018: Inside Higher Ed Weekly Newsletter, Advertisement
September 22, 2018: Philanthropy News Digest, Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy Accepting Applications for Research
August 7th, 2018: ProFellow Call for Applications, PhD Candidates: Apply Now for 2018 Social Policy Research Grants

July 11, 2018: Veronica Horowitz (2017 winner) & Christopher Uggen, "Consistency and Compensation in Mercy: Commutation in the Era of Mass Incarceration", Social Forces

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