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Elizabeth Eve Bruch

Elizabeth Bruch’s AJS article on neighborhood choice and change wins 3 awards for scholarly excellence

PSC Honors Archive, 2007

07/17/2007

Elizabeth Bruch receives 3 awards for scholarly excellence. Bruch’s article “Neighborhood Choice and Neighborhood Change,” her senior authored (with Rob Mare) study that appeared last year in the American Journal of Sociology has recently received 3 awards for scholarly excellence: the 2007 Robert Park Best Article Award from the Community and Urban Sociology Section of the ASA; the 2007 James Coleman Outstanding Publication Award from the Rationality and Society Section of the ASA; and the “Gould Prize,” awarded annually by the American Journal of Sociology for the best article in the last two years that embodies the scholarly ideals of the late Roger Gould.

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Elizabeth Eve Bruch

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