Now accepting Krauss Award nominations

September 07, 2015

John L. Krauss

John L. Krauss

Do you know of any organizations or individuals who have positively impacted public policy change through translational public policy research or activities?

The IU Public Policy Institute is seeking nominations for its John L. Krauss Award for Public Policy Innovation (Krauss Award). This award is given biennially for notable applied research or activity that helps the state of Indiana and/or Indiana communities with "real world" solutions through public policy.

Krauss, who helped establish the Institute in 1992, served as director from 2004 until his retirement last year, and now serves as a Clinical Professor Emeritus with the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Adjunct Professor of Law and Senior Advisor to the Chancellor of IUPUI.

We are looking for nominations from people familiar with the Institute’s work and public policy issues in Indiana. You may nominate an individual or entity for specific work or a body of work.

Please submit your nominations here: John L. Krauss Award for Public Policy Innovation

All nominations are due by September 30, 2015.