Doyle Named Moynihan Fellow

Fall 2011

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Professor Michael W. Doyle has been elected a Daniel Patrick Moynihan Fellow by the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Doyle, the Harold Brown Professor of International Affairs, Law, and Political Science, has written extensively on peacekeeping and transnational conflicts. He will be inducted into the academy next year. Academy fellows are “recognized for their outstanding contribution to the use of social science evidence and informed judgment in the public policy process,” and each fellowship is named in honor of a distinguished scholar or civic leader.

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