GWS Masters student Grace Morrison was chosen for the Deborah Hobbins Award for 2017, and Renee Kramer, a doctoral student in Population Health, is the 2018 winner. The Hobbins Award, named for long-time advocate for reproductive justice Deborah Hobbins, is given to a graduate student for exceptional work in reproductive health, rights, and justice. Grace’s project investigates crisis pregnancy centers. Renee’s project addresses the real world effects of policies restricting access to abortion and contraception. The award was created by Jeanne Bissell, an advocate for reproductive justice. For more information on the Hobbins Award, click here.