Allison won one of the three awards for the 3rd Annual C. G. Turner/Cambridge University Press Poster Competition held at the 2015 meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, in St.
Congratulations to Mary Beth Cole for being awarded the AAPA Mildred Trotter Prize for her poster "A semi-automatic method for intracortical porosity quantification with application to intraskeletal variability" given at the AAPA annual meetings.
Congratulations to Zach Hubbell for being awarded Best Poster on Anatomy in Anthropology, a joint student award given by the American Association of Physical Anthropologists for his poster Age-Related Trends in Human Trabecular Bone Connectivity at the Cortical-Trabecular Interface in the Proxim
Congratulations to Chris for his award of a Mershon Center Student Research Grant. This funding will support his dissertation research on emergent forms of citizenship in Kumasi, Ghana.
Congratulations go to Natalia Zotova, who was awarded a Mershon Center Graduate Student Research Grant. The grant will help her to conduct the initial research this summer and next winter for her Ph.D. dissertation, focusing on Central Asian immigrants who are relative newcomers to the US.