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Doctoral alumni receive Best Paper Award

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Dr. Shannon Portillo and co-authors recently received the Center for Organization Research and Design’s Best Paper Award.

The paper is titled “More Dissimilar than Alike? Public Values Preferences Across Minority and Non-Minority Managers,” and it was co-authored with Randall S. Davis (Southern Illinois University) and Edmund C. Stazyk (University at Albany – SUNY).

Drs. Portillo, Davis, and Stazyk all received their doctoral degrees from the KU School of Public Affairs and Administration.

Dr. Portillo is pictured here with the plaque she received.



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