Lydia Quarles Honored for Her Work to Increase Women’s Participation in Public Administration

Lydia Quarles, a senior policy analyst at the John C. Stennis Institute of Government and an assistant professor of political science and public administration at Mississippi State University, received the 2012 Joan Fill Bishop Award from the American Society for Public Administration. Quarles will be honored next month at the society’s national conference in Las Vegas. The award is being given in recognition of professor Quarles’ work to increase women’s participation in the field of public administration.

Quarles holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Mississippi University for Women and a law degree from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama.

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