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Jane Fountain receives the Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Accomplishments in Research and Creative Activity

 

The intent of the Chancellor’s Citation Award is to recognize and honor benefited University staff
members who have demonstrated outstanding performance in contribution their time and/or skills in
helping the University achieve its goals and objectives. Ten (10) awards will be presented with the
hope that all members of the University community will nominate deserving employees.

Jane Fountain receives the Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Accomplishments in Research & Creative Activity this year. Professor Fountain is also the Director of the National Center for Digital Government and the Director of the Technology & Society Initiative. Her research interests include institutional and organization theories; economic sociology; information technology and governance; public policy and management; science, technology and public policy; and gender, race and ethnicity in the context of social and political inequalities.

The Chancellor created the Award for Outstanding Accomplishments in Research and Creative Activity in 2005 for faculty members from across campus who have, within the past three years, demonstrated outstanding achievement that has receives national and/or international recognition appropriate to the discipline. Each of the honorees receives a crystal award engraved with the Amherst campus seal at Convocation in the fall.

 

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