Donaghy Named RSAI Fellow

News
April 2, 2015

In late March, the Regional Science Association International (RSAI) named CRP's Professor Kieran Donaghy a 2015 RSAI Fellow.

Granted to regional scientists with "outstanding research credentials in his/her field," RSAI fellows are distinguished scholars with a proven and recognized research record in the field of regional science.

"I am deeply gratified and honored that the collective sum of my efforts has been deemed worthy of acknowledgement," says Donaghy. "The list of RSAI fellows includes members of the National Academy of Sciences and Nobel Prize Laureates. I'm not sure I belong in their august company, but I'll interlope along if I'm allowed!"

Other 2015 fellows are Raymond Florax of Purdue University and Jacques Poot of the University of Waikato, New Zealand. Donaghy will be honored at the North American meeting of the RSAI in November in Portland.