Kaye Bock Student Paper Award
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Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.5070/BP321112744
The Kaye Bock Student Paper Award is given to the author of the paper that is both an outstanding example of scholarship and exemplifies Kaye's commitment to underrepresented issues or peoples. The award is named in loving memory of Kaye Bock to honor her unbounded concern for and commitment to graduate students in the Department of City and Regional Planning. It is also intended as an expression of gratitude from the Berkeley Planning Journal to Kaye for her critical and caring support of the journal during our first two decades of publication. The winner is chosen by the editors of each volume of the Berkeley Planning Journal. The Kaye Bock Student Paper Award is accompanied by a $250 cash gift.