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A New Ebook Award | Management in Increased Training


I’m excited to share some information with you: a brand-new e book award! The Rodel Institute, the place I function president and CEO, has created the Edwards Ebook Award, an annual prize recognizing books that make an excellent contribution to the understanding and follow of democracy and American politics. The prize will carry an honorarium of $10,000. I hope students in political science, historical past, psychology, sociology and different fields who’re doing fascinating work in politics and democracy research will nominate their books for consideration.

The award is known as in honor of former congressman Mickey Edwards. Mickey has impressed generations of American public servants and college students as a member of Congress; college member at Harvard, Princeton and American Universities; creator of extremely revered books on the American political course of; and founding govt director of the Rodel Fellowship, the nation’s premiere bipartisan management growth program for elected leaders.

Our objective for this award is to attract higher consideration to new books that assist us deepen our understanding of democracy. With threats to democracy rising throughout the globe, recognizing books addressing how democracies thrive is extra necessary than ever.

Since its founding in 2005, the Rodel Fellowship has helped almost 400 state and native elected officers attain their full potential as public servants. By means of a sequence of seminars, Rodel Fellows learn and focus on traditional texts coping with moral values, democratic ideas and sensible and efficient management. Previous fellows embrace 5 sitting governors, three U.S. senators, three members of the present cupboard and the vice chairman.

Books should be nonfiction and revealed in 2022. Picks from the profitable e book might be taught in Rodel seminars. The nomination deadline is Jan. 31, 2023, at 11:59 p.m. Japanese. For extra data, go to www.rodelinstitute.org.

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