The Gosnell Prize
The Gosnell Prize for Excellence in Political Methodology is awarded for the best work in political methodology presented at any political science conference during the preceding year.
- Fredrik Savje (Yale), Peter Aronow (Yale), and Michael Hudgens (UNC) View Citation
The Miller Prize
The Miller Prize for is awarded for the best work appearing in Political Analysis the preceding year.
- Yiqing Xu for "Generalized Synthetic Control Method: Causal Inference with Interactive Fixed Effects Models” (Volume 25, Number 1) View Citation
The John T. Williams Dissertation Prize
In recognition of John T. Williams’ contribution to graduate training, the John T. Williams Award has been established for the best dissertation proposal in the area of political methodology.
- Kevin McAlister (University of Michigan) View Citation
The SPM Poster Award
The Society for Political Methodology Poster Awards are given for the best poster presented by a graduate student and the best poster presented by a faculty member or other researcher at the annual summer Methodology Meeting of the previous year.
- Erin Rossiter (Washington University in St. Louis), Kelsey Shoub (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) and Erin Hartman (UCLA) View Citation
The Political Methodology Career Achievement Award
The career achievement is the highest honor bestowed by the Society and recognizes the foundational, distinguished and sustained contributions to the field and the Society made by the recipients over their careers.
- Michael D. Ward (Duke University) View Citation
The Statistical Software Award
The Best Statistical Software Award recognizes individuals for developing statistical software that makes a significant research contribution.
- Molly Roberts (University of California, San Diego), Brandon Stewart (Princeton), and Dustin Tingley (Harvard) for stm: An R package for Structural Topic Models. View Citation
The Political Methodology Emerging Scholar Award
The Political Methodology Emerging Scholar Award honors a young researcher, within ten years of their degree, who is making notable contributions to the field of political methodology.
- Arthur Spirling (New York University) View Citation
Society for Political Methodology Excellence in Mentoring Award
The Society for Political Methodology Excellence in Mentoring Award honors members of the Society who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to mentoring and advising graduate and / or undergraduate students and, in particular, those from underrepresented groups.
- Professor Thomas Carsey (posthumous, University of North Carolina) View Citation
The Political Analysis Outstanding Reviewer Award
The Political Analysis Outstanding Reviewer Award recognizes individuals who have provided exemplary assistance to Political Analysis during the previous year. Outstanding Reviewers are those who provide excellent, timely and productive feedback for authors who have submitted manuscripts to Political Analysis. Outstanding Reviewers are also those who frequently review for the journal, and who provide the Editors with productive advice about the submissions they review.
- Anthony Fowler, University of Chicago, Harris School
- Adrienne Hosek, UC Davis
The Society for Political Methodology and the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) have worked together to establish two scholarship awards that are intended to encourage women and under-represented graduate students to attend the ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research. Award winners will be invited to present their work at the poster session of the summer meeting. More information about the scholarships can be found here.
- 2018 Box-Steffensmeier Award: Bianca DiGiovanni (University of Chicago), Kathryn Overton (University of New Mexico)
- 2018 Garcia Award: Stephen Omar El-Khatib (University of California, Riverside), Andres Sandoval (Tulane University), Marco Alcocer (University of California, San Diego)
The Advanced Empirical Research on Politics for Undergraduates Program (AERoPUP) is designed to support undergraduate empirical research in any and all fields which connects to political questions.
- 2017-2018: Marissa Adler (New York University), Kathleen Bryant (College of William & Mary), Katie Clayton (Dartmouth College), Joan Joseph (Florida State University), Anthony Rentsch (University of Massachusetts)