UC Irvine Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor Howard Gillman received two awards at a recent meeting of the American Political Science Association in Chicago. Both were bestowed by APSA’s Law & Courts Section. Gillman accepted the 2013 Teaching & Mentoring Award, along with Mark Graber of the University of Maryland and Keith Whittington of Princeton University, for their books American Constitutionalism: Vols. I and II (Oxford University Press). The publications were cited for their innovative emphasis on constitutionalism and American political development and for highlighting how the public and political actors, institutions and parties shape American constitutional government. Gillman was also presented with the 2012 Service Award – an honor delayed when last year’s conference in New Orleans was cancelled because of Hurricane Isaac – for his longstanding committee work and organizational assistance to APSA’s Law & Courts Section. “It is especially meaningful to receive this recognition from scholars with whom I have worked closely for 25 years,” Gillman said. “I look forward to working with these colleagues and learning from them for years to come.”