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Graduate student Annie Caruso awarded dissertation grant

Graduate student Annie Caruso was awarded a Wenner Gren dissertation fieldwork grant for $13,608 to complete her research in Carriacou. Congratulations, Annie!

Graduate Nick Jew appointed Assistant Professor at CSU San Bernardino

Former graduate student Dr. Nick Jew was appointed a tenure-track Assistant Professor at California State University San Bernadino. He will also be the Director of Graduate Studies in Applied Archaeology. Congratulations Nick!

Kathleen Piovesan receives Dissertation Fellowship

Graduate student Kathleen Piovesan was awarded an Oregon Humanities 2018-19 Dissertation Fellowship for her project, “Valuing Land: Urban Land, Welfare State Disinvestment, Inclusionary Zoning, and Justice”. This award provides a $5500 non-service stipend, a one-term tuition waver, and ...

Grad students to present for CLLAS Research Series

Graduate students Emily Masucci and Timothy Herrera will be presenting at the CLLAS Research Series, Latinx & Latin American Studies Intersections: Migration, Indigeneity, & Belonging April 18, 1:30-4:30pm, Knight Library Browsing Room 3:00-3:15 Gender, Indigeneity, and Activism: Reflections ...

Congratulations Sofia Vicente Vidal!

Graduate student Sofia Vicente Vidal received a $3,200 Tinker grant administered by CLLAS for her project “Indigenous Maya Labor in the World Heritage Site of Chichén Itzá,” which explores the impact of tourism and heritage site designation by the United Nations on a local Maya community with ...

Congratulations Andrea Eller!

Graduate student Andrea Eller has been selected for a Peter Buck Postdoctoral Fellowship at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC. Congratulations Andrea!

Recent Anthropology graduate receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Anthropology alum Taylor Dodrill (B.A. Anthropology, B.A. Biology, 2016, Magna Cum Laude) received a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for her project titled “Evolutionary traits and adaptive strategies underlying phytoplankton species succession”. She’ll be using it at Portland ...

Congratulations Habeom Kim!

Graduate student Habeom Kim has been awarded a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship for AY 2018-19 to support his study of Japanese at the UO. This award will cover the tuition and mandatory fees, plus a living stipend for the 2018-19 Academic Year. Habeom will enhance his Japanese ...

Call for Research!

  Submit your current research project to the Anthropology Department to be featured on our department website, in letters to our donors, on the University’s admissions website, and more! This is an opportunity for you to share  and showcase what you have been working! To Submit: ...

Congratulations Kathleen Piovesan!

Graduate student Kathleen Piovesan was selected as a recipient of a 2018-19 College of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Research Fellowship for her dissertation project, entitled the “Valuing Land: Urban Land, Welfare State Disinvestment, Inclusionary Zoning, and Justice.” Congratulations to ...
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