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The Anthropology Department Awards Committee is pleased to announce the 2018-2019 Health Education and Pauline Wollenberg Juda Memorial Endowment Fund Awards.

Alex Hickmott received a Pauline Wollenberg Juda Memorial Endowment Fund Award ($250) to support the presentation of her paper, Bonobo (Pan paniscus) dietary diversity: testing fallback food models, at the 2019 AAPA meetings in Cleveland, Ohio.

 

Lindsey Foltz received a Pauline Wollenberg Juda Memorial Endowment Fund Award ($250) to support the presentation of her paper, Preserving a Taste of the Bulgarian Village: Biocultural Perspectives on Home Canned Foods, at the 2019 Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery.

 

Diana Christie received a Health Education Award ($500) to support her research project, Social environment and gut microbiome plasticity in a critically endangered colobus monkey (Colobus vellerosus).

 

Elisabeth Goldman received a Health Education Award ($250) to support presentation of her paper, An Epigenetic Measure of Biological Aging in Rhesus Macaques, at the 2019 AAPA meetings in Cleveland, Ohio.

 

Samantha Queeno received a Health Education Award ($250) to support presentation of her paper, Using a Mouse Model to Study the Evolution of a Bipedal Trait: Characterizing the Regulatory Landscape of Muscles with Divergent MHC I Expression, at the 2019 AAPA meetings in Cleveland, Ohio.

 

Congratulations to all the awardees and excellent work!