MR. VOLCKER TO AWARD FIRST
ENDOWMENT GRANTS AT 2003 APSA MEETINGS
of your generosity, the Section for Public Administration will be able to award
its first Volcker Endowment research grant(s) to junior scholars at the 2003 APSA
meetings in Philadelphia.
make this a very special occasion, we are delighted to announce that Mr. Volcker
will be joining us at the APSA meetings to award the first grant(s).
Mr. Volcker also has graciously agreed to participate in a featured interview
session immediately preceding the awarding of grants to junior scholars. A reception honoring Mr. Volcker for his exemplary
contributions to enhancing and promoting the practice and image of public service
will follow these sessions. We're looking
forward to seeing you there!
To this point, over 80+ colleagues and anonymous donors
in the PA Section have pledged or contributed over $70,000 to the Paul A. Volcker
Endowment for Public Service Research and Education. Since the most recent edition of the Volcker Update Newsletter in January, the
following pledges and contributions have come in, with several in honor of colleagues, mentors, and other luminaries in both
academia and government.
Circle ($2,500 to $4,999)
(in honor of Charles H. Levine,
Francis Rourke, James Perry,
Hugh Heclo, Delmer Dunn, and Martha Derthick)
Paul Van Riper
(in memory of Conley Dillon,
and in honor of Governor Parris Glendening,
Earnest Harrill, and Guy Hathorn)
If you haven't
had a chance to pledge or contribute yet, it's not too late. On-line pledges and contributions can be made
at the APSA website (https://www.apsanet.org/future/gift-form-1.cfm).
Be sure to designate that your contribution or pledge is for the Volcker
Fund (otherwise it goes into the general fund instead of the Volcker). Alternatively, pledges and contributions dedicated
to the Volcker Fund can be mailed directly to Sean Twombly, Centennial Campaign,
American Political Science Association, 1527 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036-1206.