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Angel Hsu wins Hettleman Prize

October 12, 2023


Dr. Angel Hsu, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Data-Driven Lab, has won a Hettleman Prize for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement, one of UNC’s most prestigious acknowledgements of faculty excellence. In his nomination letter for Hsu, Daniel P. Gitterman, Duncan MacRae ’09 and Rebecca Kyle MacRae Professor of Public Policy, says, “Hsu has made important theoretical, substantive, and methodological contributions to climate policy. Her research is highly visible and influential, and her trajectory and future promise are highly positive. Her contributions to research, teaching and service at Carolina are exemplary.” More information on this award and Hsu’s groundbreaking work can be found here.


Congratulations, Angel!

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