Kelly Yotebieng has received a Marianna Russell Technology Grant for support of her dissertation project, The city from urban refugee perspectives in Yaoundé, Cameroon.
Ohio State University Presidential Fellowship, awarded by the Graduate School, supports Noah Dunham's dissertation project, Feeding Ecology of Black and White Colobus Monkeys from South Coastal Kenya the Influence of
Jesse Goliath won the award for his poster (coauthored with James Gosman, Zachariah Hubbell, and Tim Ryan) titled “Patterns in Ontogeny of Epiphyseal and Metaphyseal Trabecular Bone Microstructure in the Human Proximal Tibia” that won the award.
Natalia's project is titled "Women's insecurities in the context of male migration: mental health outcomes and risks". The goal of the research is to investigate how male migration from Kyrgyzstan creates insecurities for women who stay behind, and, specifically, to understand the outc
Julie Field (anthropology) and Darla Munroe (geography) participated in Social and Behavioral Science Advocacy Day in Washington, D.C. Along with Linda Trautman (Ohio University) and Dan Newlon (former director, economics program, NSF), they met with staff from the offices of Sen.