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Graduate Students Emily Masucci and Polet Campos Research Presentations at CLLAS Grad Research Colloquium

Please come and watch Anthropology Graduate Students, Emily Masucci and Polet Campos present their research at the CLLAS Grad Research Symposium on January 21st from 12:00-2:00pm.

Science Advances journal published a collective paper from Anthropology graduate students

Science Advances is one of the world’s premier journals. The student’s  paper was designed and implemented by Matt Napolitano, Beau DiNapoli, Jess Stone, Brian Lane, John O’Connor, Reecie Levin, and Nick Jew. This paper was the result of a project that was started in the Island ...

Undergraduate research awards go to seven UO students

Seven University of Oregon students were awarded the Fall 2019 Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program mini-grant awards. One of these students was our own Anthropology student, Shelby Saper. Her research topic was “Assesing Typology of Pre-Mazama Corner- notched Points in the Northern ...

SIX Anthropology Students Receive Various Fellowships at the Graduate School Award Reception

The following students received carious fellowships and celebrated their achievement at the Graduate School Award Reception on November 14, 2019.   Sierra Cleveland: First year fellowship Annalise Gardella: NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Victoria Olajide: Promising Scholar Award ...

2019 Graduate Student Violet Fox is Helping the Homeless through Anthropology

When hoots and hollers emanate from the chapel at the Eugene Mission, it must be Thursday night. Anthropology major Violet Fox and a handful of women who live in the homeless shelter are creating collages and ribbing each other about their “bad art.” Wearing pajamas or street clothes with ...

“Investigating the relationship between diet and biological age with a primate epigenetic clock”

Elisabeth’s research seeks to understand how environmental factors interact with the epigenome to “get under the skin” and drive inter-individual differences in health and longevity. Her project, “Investigating the relationship between diet and biological age with a primate epigenetic ...

Elisabeth Goldman Awarded an NSF DDRIG

Congratulations Elisabeth Goldman for receiving a National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant to fund her dissertation research! Her project, Investigating the relationship between diet and biological age with a primate epigenetic clock, explores the intersection ...

James Daria’s article included in “The Migrant Caravan: From Honduras to Tijuana An Analysis by the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies Fellows”

To read James Daria’s article, follow the link below. The Migrant Caravan: From Honduras to Tijuana An Analysis by the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies Fellows (2018-2019)   The Migrant Caravan: From Honduras to Tijuana is a recent report about the migrant caravan published by the Center ...

Graduate Student Philippa Jorissen receives grant from Edna English Trust

Philippa Jorissen received a grant from the Edna English Trust for $3600 to assist with the beginning stages of her dissertation involving the collection and documentation of tropical fish specimens in French Polynesia this summer. Congrats Philippa!  

Graduate Student Hailay Reda wins Sasakawa Young Leaders Fund!

Grad Student Hailay Reda wins the Sasakawa Young Leaders Fund! Hailay will conduct his doctoral research aims to reconstruct the paleoecology of the Afar Region of Ethiopia, by analyzing Ceropithecids fossils from the Woranso-Mille site.

Several studies have suggested that Africa is the origin of ...
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