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Neustadt and Schelling Awards
In 2013, Former Senators Richard Lugar (R-IN) and Sam Nunn (D-GA), who spearheaded bipartisan efforts in Congress to secure dangerous nuclear weapons and materials in the former Soviet Union, received the Richard E. Neustadt Award. Sara McLanahan, the William S. Tod Professor of sociology and public affairs at Princeton University, best known for her work on the impact of family structure on social inequality and the roles that public policies can play in addressing the needs of families and children, was presented with the Thomas C. Schelling Award.
This $25,000 award is presented annually to an individual who has created powerful solutions to public problems, drawing on research and intellectual ideas as appropriate.
This $25,000 award is presented annually to an individual whose remarkable intellectual work has had a transformative impact on public policy.