Liana Woskie Receives Horowitz Foundation Trustees' Award

Accounting for Coercion: Female Sterilization and Routinized Rights Violations in Healthcare
Liana Woskie

Liana Woskie, incoming faculty in Community Health, was awarded the Horowitz Foundation Trustees' Award for most innovative approach to theory and/or methodology. Horowitz grants dissertation awards for research in social policy, from healthcare to housing and incarceration. The Trustee's Award is one of two special prizes awarded to the most outstanding dissertation projects annually. Liana's work focuses on measuring routinized forms of coercion in contemporary female sterilization care.