EXTERNAL GRANTS

Our students receive research funding from a wide range of sources. Here are examples of external research awards given to University of Notre Dame's Department of Anthropology graduate students.

2017

Ames,
Nicholas

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2017-2020. “A House Divided: The Materiality of Immigrant Community Development in America.”

Hook,
Kristina
USAID/Notre Dame Global Development Fellowship, 2017-2018. “Understanding the Holodomor’s Impact on Human Rights Protection.”
Hook,
Kristina
Society for Applied Anthropology, Human Rights Defender Award, 2017.  “Integrating Anthropology and Human Rights.” http://www.sfaa.net/index.php/about/prizes/student-awards/rights-defender/winners/2017-kristina-hook/
Hook,
Kristina
Dolores Zohrab Liebmann Fellowship, 2017-2018 Notre Dame Nominee
Marek,
Todd
Fulbright US Student Program (China), 2017-2018.  “Signs of Change in Tibetan Medicine”.
Morrow,
Sara
Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Doctoral Dissertation Fieldwork Grant. “Forging an Islander Identity: Consumer Practice and Daily Island Life in 19th and early 20th century Western Ireland.”

Prince-Buitenhuys,
Julia R.

Inter-University Training for Continental-Scale Ecology Program, University of Utah. National Science Foundation Participant Support Award.
Prince-Buitenhuys,
Julia R.
The Forensic Science Foundation Student Travel Grant 2017.
Petterson,
Jeffrey V.
National Geographic Society - Waitt Grant, 2017. “Social Traditions and Social Networks among Long-Tailed Macaques in Bali, Indonesia.”
Reese,
Kelsey M.

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Honorable Mention.

Rokhideh,
Maryam
USAID/Notre Dame Global Development Fellowship. Project Title: Assessing the Peacebuilding Capacity of Civil Society.
Sarma,
Mallika S.
National Science Foundation IDEAS Workshop, April 2017.
Sarma, Mallika S. PEO Fellowship. 2017-2018. Notre Dame Nominee.

2016

Hook,
Kristina
National Science Foundation- Graduate Research Fellows Program, 2016-2021.  “Genocide and Intentional Civilian Targeting.”
Hook,
Kristina
Transatlantic Summer Institute Fellowship Program, 2016-2018 (funded by German Academic Exchange Service [DAAD], University of Bayreuth, Germany and University of Minnesota, USA). “Holodomor Insights on Genocidal Dynamics, Conflict Recurrence, and Ukraine’s Political Identity.”
Hook,
Kristina
University of Alberta’s Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies: Holodomor Research and Education Consortium Research Grant, 2016.  “The Holodomor in Comparative Genocide Perspective.”  http://holodomor.ca/hrec-grants-2016/
Lederach,
Angela J.
Fulbright Study/Research Grant, 2016-2017, Peace Provokers: Intergenerational Practices of Peacebuilding in Colombia
Lederach,
Angela J.
USAID Notre Dame Global Development Fellowship 2016-2017 Peace Provokers: Intergenerational Practices of Peacebuilding in Colombia
Morrow,
Sara
Midwest Conference of British Studies Conference Grant. “A Civilizing Project: Colonial Land Improvement and Imperial Design in 18th Century Ireland”
Reese,
Kelsey M.
Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society Conference Travel Grant. Single-authored: “From the Empirical to the Conjectural: Using Spatial Analysis to Determine Population Settlement Patterns on the Uncharted Mesa Verde Landform”
Reese,
Kelsey M.
Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference Expense Bursary. Chaired: “Using GIS Modeling to Solve Real-World Archaeological Problems.” Single-authored: “From the Empirical to the Conjectural: Settlement Patterns on the Mesa Verde Landform.”
Sarma,
Mallika S.
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2016 - 2019. “Living the High Life: Differential Acute Endocrine Changes in High Altitude.”

2015

Hook,
Kristina
International Studies Association National Conference Travel Grant, 2015.  Co-authored presentation entitled “An Ambiguous Evil?  Emerging Perspectives on Analytically Quantifying—and Politically Qualifying—Genocidal Acts.”
Marcantonio,
Richard A.

Indiana University Office of Sustainability Graduate Research Development Grant. “Smallholder farmer responses to water scarcity in Southern Province, Zambia.”

Reese,
Kelsey M.
Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society Conference Travel Grant. First-authored: “Agency of Access: Public Architecture in Mesa Verde National Park.”

2014

Lederach,
Angela J.
Graduate Student Union Conference Presentation Grant. “Attitudes, Values, Opinions: Building a Culture of Peace.” Reconstructing Peace Studies: Assessing New Knowledge and Outcomes Conference
Reese,
Kelsey M.

Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society Conference Travel Grant. Organized: “Coupled Regions, Coupled Systems: Dynamics of Prehispanic Farming Societies in the northern San Juan and the northern Rio Grande”

Single-authored: “Letting the Data Define the Terms: Mapping Community Size and Expanse in Mesa Verde Proper.” Co-authored: “Prolegomenon: VEP II, Almost in Retrospect.”

Reese,
Kelsey M.

Graduate and Professional Student Association Conference Registration Grant. Organized: “Coupled Regions, Coupled Systems: Dynamics of Prehispanic Farming Societies in the northern San Juan and the northern Rio Grande”

Single-authored: “Letting the Data Define the Terms: Mapping Community Size and Expanse in Mesa Verde Proper.” Co-authored: “Prolegomenon: VEP II, Almost in Retrospect.”

Reese,
Kelsey M.

Graduate and Professional Student Association Conference Travel Grant. Organized: “Coupled Regions, Coupled Systems: Dynamics of Prehispanic Farming Societies in the northern San Juan and the northern Rio Grande”

Single-authored: “Letting the Data Define the Terms: Mapping Community Size and Expanse in Mesa Verde Proper.” Co-authored: “Prolegomenon: VEP II, Almost in Retrospect.”