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The Sunny Dupree
PAE (Policy Analysis Exercise)
Award

Please Note:
The November 7, 2011 submission deadline has now passed.
PAE applications are no longer being accepted for
the 2011 - 2012 academic year.

The Sunny Dupree PAE (Policy Analysis Exercise) Award was established by Kathryn Wasserman Davis and Sunny Dupree, in the fall of 2008, in an effort to support global peace through combating human trafficking. In order to create an impact through future student anti-trafficking activists and policymakers, Mrs. Davis and Ms. Dupree established this generous student award for Masters in Public Policy (MPP) students who focused their PAEs on human trafficking.

The PAE is a “thesis-like” project that is a mandatory requirement for all MPP students at HKS. The PAE allows students to analyze real world problems for actual clients under the supervision of a faculty advisor. Each of the awards will be named in honor of Sunny Dupree, whose concern for human trafficking triggered this project support.

Christina Bain, Director of the Program on Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery, and Siddharth Kara, Fellow with the Program, are both available for PAE advising throughout the academic year.

For more information on the common application please go to:

https://knet.hks.harvard.edu/collab/StudentFunding/default.aspx

Please note:
      Application deadline 12 Noon, Monday, November 7, 2011!


Past recipients of the Sunny Dupree PAE (Policy Analysis Exercise) Award

2008-09 - Isabelle Chan, MPP '10
2009-10 - Joshua Archambault,MPP '10
  Brigit Waidmann, MPP'10
2010-11 - Taylor Chapman, MPP '11

Click here for information on these past recipients and their important work.


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