Robert P. Huff Golden Quill Award

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The Robert P. Huff Golden Quill Award may be presented each year to an individual or individuals chosen for their contributions to the literature on student financial aid.

The award is named in honor of Bob Huff, former director of financial aid at Stanford University and himself an outstanding contributor to the scholarly literature on student aid. Bob received the first Golden Quill Award in 1984.

Nominees for the award are judged on the basis of published work which exemplifies the highest quality of research methodology, analysis, or topical writing on the subject of student financial aid or its administration.
 
The NASFAA Awards Nomination process is open for member nominations until February 3, 2017. Winners will be announced this summer at the NASFAA National Conference. NASFAA members can submit their Robert P. Huff Gold Quill Award Nomination through this form.

2016 Winner

Dr. Judith Scott-Clayton
For her many contributions to the literature on financial aid, including "On money and motivation: A quasi-experimental analysis of financial incentives for college achievement."

Past Winners List (PDF)

Publication Date: 10/17/2016

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