BIDS Senior Fellow and UC Berkeley Chancellor's Professor Sol Hsiang has been awarded a 2020 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship for his work using data and mathematical models to examine whether policies can both encourage economic development and manage the global climate. He is one of 27 2020 Carnegie Fellows, each of whom will receive $200,000 in philanthropic support for their research in the humanities and social sciences that addresses important and enduring issues confronting our society.
Established in 2015, the Carnegie Fellowships represent scholarly research that spans subjects like US democracy, the environment, technological and cultural evolution, and international relations; and prioritizes originality and impact, as well as a scholar’s capacity to communicate the findings with a broad audience.
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Carnegie Corporation of New York Names 27 Winners of Andrew Carnegie Fellowships:
Philanthropic support for the advancement of scholarly research in the humanities and social sciences
May 12, 2020 | Celeste Ford | Carnegie Corporation of New York
Sol Hsiang Awarded 2020 Carnegie Fellowship
May 12, 2020 | Goldman School News Center