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Emily Masucci Has been awarded a 2020 U.S. Department of Education Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowship

Graduate student Emily Masucci has been awarded a 2020 U.S. Department of Education Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) Fellowship for her research project in Brazil, titled “Vulnerability and Resilience in Contexts of Recurring Violence Against Women.” ...

Diana Christie – “Research the Right Way” published in Oregon Quarterly

Diana Christie is featured in the new issue of Oregon Quarterly for her approach to scientific research and international fieldwork, highlighting the relationships she has built with local communities in Ghana. You can read it on pg 18-19 at the following link. ...

Emily Masucci receives NSF grant

Emily Masucci received an NSF grant for her project titled, “Doctoral Dissertation Research: Vulnerability and Resilience in Contexts of Recurring Violence Against Women.”   Congratulations Emily!

Graduate Student Emily Masucci was awarded the SYLFF award for her dissertation research

Anthropology Graduate Student Emily Masucci has been awarded the Oregon SYLFF fellowship to conduct her dissertation research: “A Luta Continua: Gender-based Violence and the Politics of Justice and Care in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.” Her research examines state and community models of ...

Science and Sacred Monkeys

Read about Diana Christie’s research trip to Ghana. https://around.uoregon.edu/science-and-sacred-monkeys?utm_source=ato05-27-20

Samantha Queeno receives Leakey Foundation Grant

Congratulations Samantha Queeno for receiving a Leakey Foundation Grant to fund her dissertation research! Sam’s dissertation research focuses on the evolution of bipedal locomotion at the genetic level, a very fitting topic for TrackTown USA. Excellent work Sam!

Fellowship Awards – Matt Napolitano and Elisabeth Goldman

Congratulation to Elisabeth Goldman and Matt Napolitano! Matt Napolitano was selected as the recipient of a 2020-21 Lokey Doctoral Science Fellowship for his research on the early settlement on Yap in remote Oceania (advisor, Scott Fitzpatrick). In addition to the GE, the Lokey Fellowship includes a ...

Colin Brand published “African Forest Elephants” in PLOS ONE

Around the O is currently featuring a paper that Colin Brand just published on African Forest Elephants in PLOS ONE. This is part of a side project we have been working on for awhile, so it’s great to see it out and getting some press. See the links below for more info. Congrats Colin! ...

Congratulations! Anthropology students on Deans List

Around the O Each term, the University of Oregon names its top students to the dean’s list in recognition of their academic achievements, and 2,480 UO students qualified for the honor for winter term. A searchable spreadsheet listing all the students on the dean’s list can be found online. The ...
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