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Ivoline Budji Kefen's interview gets published in new book:
"From Handmaiden of Colonialism to Esteemed Discipline: Professor Paul Nchoji Nkwi on the Reinvention of Anthropology in Africa".
Dr. Kristina Hook was offered, has accepted, and is about to complete her first week as Research Assistant Professor at George Mason University's Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution AND as Executive Director of the Better Evidence Project in the Center for Peacemaking Practice. Congratulations goes to
Symone Johnson for receiving a Wenner Gren in support of her doctoral research project, “Making the Marvelous: On Care and Black Belonging in Brooklyn, New York.” This is well deserved and such good news! Congratulations to
Alex Niclou for winning a Wenner Gren for her dissertation project: Cold adaptation in a tropical sample? Measuring the metabolic cost of BAT thermogenesis and its association with blood glucose in Samoa. First published book by
Persephone D'Shaun: Devil's Ways Anthology from Dragonwell Publishing
Kayla Hurd is the awardee for the 2019 Society for Anthropological Sciences H. Russell Bernard Graduate Student Paper Prize: "Consuming Patterns: A Dietary Analysis of Human-insect Relations" http://sas.anthroniche.com/history/past-student-awards
Alexandra Niclou for receiving a NSF DDRIG! Congratulations to
Patrícia Rodrigues for receiving a Wenner-Gren Dissertation Fieldwork Grant! This award will allow Patricia to continue her research in Brazil!
Dissertation Interview with Emily de Wet, Kellogg PhD Fellow
Congratulations Kelsey Reese for her Center for Research Computing Award!
Congratulations to Anthropology PhD Student Mallika Sarma for being selected as one of the three finalists in the first round of the Shaheen 3MT® competition! Congratulations to
Sevda Arslan and Jelena Jankovic-Rankovic, for being selected as one of the spring, 2019 inaugural Graduate Fellows at the Nanovic Institute for European Studies!
Mallika Sarma featured in Human Biology Association podcast: SOS Episode 22- Do It To The Extreme: A Chat With Mallika Sarma
The Am Soc of Primatologists select Sana Saiyed as an "early career researcher to follow" on Twitter!
Student Spotlight: Jelena Jankovic-Rankovic receives Nanovic grant to spend four weeks in Belgrade, Serbia
Mallika Sarma Awarded Prestigious Graduate Fellowship from National Science Foundation!
Anthropology Graduate Student Nicholas Ames Wins an Elite NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Anthropology Mentorship Program The Graduate Students are happy to announce an Anthropology Mentorship Program helping to advise undergraduate students
Graduate Student Spotlight: Sevda Arslan, Researching Zazaki in Germany
Article in Anthropology News by PhD Students Amanda Cortez, Persephone D'Shaun, Maryam Rokhideh, and Mallika Sarma
Anthropology and Peace Studies PhD student Kristina Hook Wins NSF Early Career Fellowship!
Anthropology and Peace Studies PhD student Angela Lederach Examines Youth Participation in Colombia's Peace-Building Movements