Anthony Myers: Jack D. Fleer Award

The 2015 winner of the Jack D. Fleer Award for Excellence in Honors in Politics and International Affairs is Anthony Myers. His thesis was entitled “Uneven Benefits, Uneven Burdens: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of the 1995 School Choice Plan in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools.” Next year, he will be serving as a corps member with Teach for America in the North Carolina Piedmont Triad. After this two-year commitment, Anthony hopes to pursue a career in education policy, administration, or consulting.

 

 

Kelly Flanigan: Jack D. Fleer Award

Kelly_FlaniganThe 2014 winner of the Jack D. Fleer Award for Excellence in Honors was Kelly Flanigan. Her thesis was entitled: “The Odd One Out. Analysis of the Impact of Campaign- and Electorate-Specific Factors on Non-Major Party Performance in U.S. Elections.”  She has accepted a position doing consulting work with non-profit organizations after graduation. Kelly hopes to attend graduate school for a master’s degree related to either Public Policy or International Affairs in the future.

Nick Deuschle: Jack D. Fleer Award

Nick Deuschle  was the winner of the Jack D. Fleer Award for Excellence in Honors for his seminar paper “What About the Prosecutor?: Federal Sentencing Practices in a Post-Booker World.” Nick will teach English in China before entering the University of Chicago Law School in 2011.