Selin Nugent has been awarded a $2000 scholarship from the Federal Employees Education Fund and Federal Manager's Association. These organizations fund students whose studies and research may ultimately have a positive impact on the goals of federal government agencies (ie.
Anthropology Undergradaute Emily Schueller was awarded a Social and Behavioral Sciences research grant for her project, An Ethnographic Study of Education and Status among Muslim Women in Old City Hyderabad.
Anthropology Undergradaute Gwendolyn Donley was awarded a Social and Behavioral Sciences research grant for her project, Apolipoprotein E and angiotensin genotypes influence Allostatic Load among American Samoans. Congratulations, Gwendolyn!
Noah Dunham, NSF graduate fellow, doctoral candidate, anthropology, received a National Geographic Society Young Explorers Grant, a Columbus Zoo and Aquarium Research Grant and a U.S.
Kimberly Swisher (BA, Anthropology 2013) is a graduate student in Archaeology at the University of Michigan and reflects on her time and training in archaeology in our department.