Mark Moritz has just learned that his project proposal, “Modeling Coupled Herd and Household Dynamics in Pastoral Systems,” is being funded by the National Science Foundation’s EAGER (Early Concept Grants for Exploratory Research) program. The project will focus their efforts on developing
Congratulations go to Genevieve Ritchie-Ewing, who has just learned that she is to be awarded a National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant for her project, "Managing mixed messages: Societal expectations of motherhood and maternal stress during pregnancy." She will
Congratulations go to the recipients of the 2014-2015 Departmental Awards:
Gwendolyn Donley, “Best Undergraduate Award”
Congratulations go to Scott McGraw, who has just been informed that he is the recipient of the inaugural Social and Behavioral Sciences Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Mentoring!
Congratulations go to Jeff Cohen who is the recipient of the inaugural Social and Behavioral Sciences Diversity Enhancement Award!