The Virginia M. Walsh Dissertation Award is given for the best dissertation in science, technology, and environmental politics completed in the last two years.
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2014: Alexander Ovodenko, “Pathways of Cooperation: Integrated and Unintegrated International Environmental Governance.”
2013: Steven Samford, “High Road Development in a Low-Tech Industry: Policymakers, Producer Networks, and the Co-Production of Innovation in the Mexican Ceramics Sector.”
2012: Jennifer Hadden, “Contesting Climate Change: Civil Society Networks and Collective Action in the European Union.”
2012: Kemi Fuentes-George, “Scientific Knowledge, Epistemic Communities and Environmental Policy in the Developing World.”
2011: Jessica Green, “Private Actors, Public Goods: Private Authority in Global Environmental Politics.”
2010: Jennifer Bussell, “Resisting Reform: Technological Backwardness in Political Perspective.”
2009: Ngeta Kabiri, “Global Environmental Governance and Community Based Conservation in Kenya and Tanzania.”
2006: Sangbum Shin, “From Red to Green: Economic Globalization and Environmental Protection in China.”
2005: Daniel Sherman, “Not Here, Not There: The Federal, State, and Local Politics of Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal in the United States.”