PhD Student Michael Miner Earns First Prize in Competition

PhD student Michael Miner receives first prize in the Midwest Sociological Society’s graduate student paper competition for his paper “Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and the Shortage in Primary Healthcare: Professional Autonomy in the Public Discourse.” The selection committee noted that “We had a strong consensus on the number one paper, and we were especially impressed with its creative and sophisticated methodology and its application of that methodology to important questions about politics and ideology.”

Michael will receive his prize during the awards ceremony at the MSS annual meetings (Friday, March 23, at 5:30 PM, in Nicollet A1/A2/A3, First Floor, Hyatt Regency Minneapolis).

Congratulations Michael!