2015 Andrew Carnegie Fellows

The Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program provides support for high-caliber scholarship in the social sciences and humanities. The anticipated result of each fellowship is the publication of a book or major study. The work of the 2015 Andrew Carnegie Fellows provides new perspectives on topics such as policing and race, big data and privacy, the impact of an aging population, the safety of generic drugs, and how voter attitudes are formed.

2015 Andrew Carnegie Fellows

1Alessandro Acquisti

Carnegie Mellon University

2Arthur Lupia

University of Michigan

3Caleb Everett

University of Miami

4Daniel J. Tichenor

University of Oregon

5David E. Bloom

Harvard University

6Elizabeth F. Thompson

University of Virginia

7Elizabeth J. Wilson

University of Minnesota

8Fotini Christia

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

9Gregory T. Cushman

University of Kansas

10Ian Morris

Stanford University

11John D. Ciorciari

University of Michigan

12Katherine Eban


13Keir A. Lieber

Georgetown University

14Kevin Gerard Boyle

Northwestern University

15Larry M. Bartels

Vanderbilt University

16Laurence Ralph

Harvard University

17Leith Mullings

The Graduate Center, City University of New York

18Louise I. Shelley

George Mason University

19Lynn Vavreck

University of California, Los Angeles

20Mala Htun

University of New Mexico

21Maria Ivanova

University of Massachusetts, Boston

22Masha Gessen


23Max Weiss

Princeton University

24Patricia L. Sullivan

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

25Philip E. Tetlock

University of Pennsylvania

26Sarah Mathew

Arizona State University

27Shahzad Bashir

Stanford University

28Thomas J. Sugrue

New York University

29Timothy David Snyder

Yale University

30Valerie M. Hudson

Texas A&M University

31Zeynep Tufekci

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill