Manners Award Recipients


2010 Awards

Shanti Gamper-Rabindran, PhD Assistant Professor, Department of Economics Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences “Does Cleaning Up Contaminated Sites Yield Economic Benefits? A GIS-Econometric Analysis of the Superfund Program” Abandoned hazardous sites have inflicted adverse health impacts and blighted neighborhoods.   In response to public concerns, Congress enacted the Superfund program to remediate these sites.   The… More


2009 Awards

Irina Murtazashvili, PhD Assistant Professor, Department of Economics Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences “Heterogeneity of Family Motives: Altruism vs.  Exchange in Intergenerational Transfers” The goal of this project is to expand society´s understanding of motives for monetary transfers between generations.  The research explores two rival theories of transfers between families and generations that have realized mixed… More


2008 Awards

Peter J. Gianaros, PhD Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences   J. Richard Jennings, PhD, Co-Investigator Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology Keith H. Morgenlander, MPH Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine School of Medicine   Elizabeth LaRue, PHD, MLS, AHIP Informatics Academic Coordinator, Department of Health & Community Systems School of… More


2007 Awards

Patricia Isabel Documet Assistant Professor, Behavioral and Community Health Sciences Graduate School of Public Health Jeffrey Schook and Michael Vaughn Assistant Professor School of Social Work


2006 Awards

Shanti Gamper-Rabindran and Aaron Swoboda Assistant Professors Graduate School of Public and International Affairs Larissa Myaskovsky · Associate Professor of Medicine, Psychiatry, and Clinical and Translational Science · Core Faculty, Center for Research on Health Care · Core Faculty, VA Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion · Affiliate Faculty, Center for Bioethics and Health… More


2005 Awards

Charlotte Brown Assistant Professor, Center on Race and Social Problems School of Social Work Bruce S. Ling Assistant Professor, Institute for Doctor-Patient Communication Department of Medicine Eva Marie Shivers Assistant Professor School of Education