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Jessica Stone was awarded an NSF dissertation grant

Jessica Stone who was awarded an NSF dissertation grant in the amount of $24,822 for her project “Genetic and Isotopic Investigation of Populations Origins and Dispersals in Palau, Micronesia.” Nelson Ting has been instrumental in helping Jess with the genetics part of her research over ...

Jessica Stone was awarded an NSF dissertation grant on her first try!

Please congratulate Jessica Stone who was awarded an NSF dissertation grant in the amount of $24,822 for her project “Genetic and Isotopic Investigation of Populations Origins and Dispersals in Palau, Micronesia.”   I should note that Nelson Ting has been instrumental in helping ...

Habeom Kim received the Institute of Cognitive and Decision Sciences Dissertation Research Award

Habeom Kim received the Institute of Cognitive and Decision Sciences Dissertation Research Award ($5,400) for his project, “Communal Identity Formation and Maintenance in Korea’s Songgukri Culture.” Applying data integrative simulation modeling to settlement patterns, Habeom is investigating ...

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 ...

Evan Simons has accepted a two year position as a Postdoctoral Associate in the SUNY Buffalo Human Evolutionary Morphology Laboratory

Evan Simons has accepted a two year position as a Postdoctoral Associate in the SUNY Buffalo Human Evolutionary Morphology Laboratory, under the supervision of Dr. Noreen von Cramon-Taubadel, working on an NSF-sponsored project titled “An integrative analysis of the primate skeleton.” ...

Graduate Student Joshua Schrock awarded the Lokey Doctoral Science Fellowship!

Joshua Schrock is awarded the Lokey Doctoral Science Fellowships for AY 2019-20. With the research GE support and award/travel fund ($9,000), Joshua will conduct research on human resting behavior. Joshua will test empirical predictions about function and regulating mechanisms of resting (sleep) ...

Robert DiNapoli sited Around the O

Doctoral student, Robert DiNapoli’s work was sited at the University of Oregon’s Around the O for his research: Study suggests fresh water was key to Easter Islands monuments: Take a moment to read his paper: Link to Rapa Nui (Easter Island) monument (ahu) locations explained by ...

Youth Circulations is showcasing Tobin Hansen’s work on Dr. Dre and Deportation

Youth Circulations is showcasing Tobin Hansen’s work on Dr. Dre and Deportation; Ernesto Castañeda’s reflections on DACA as a political (and not legal) issue; the YC editors’ response to the death of Jakelin Amei Rosemary Caal Maquin in CBP custody, and our Medium.com interview on ...

Undergraduate Mariah Bloom featured in the Oregon Quarterly

Undergraduate Mariah Bloom was featured in the Autumn 2018 issue of the Oregon Quarterly for her research on Dating Apps. You can view the full issue here: https://issuu.com/uomarketingcommunications/docs/_oq_fall_2018_final_single_pages_ka . Her feature is on page 17, section #5.

Beau Dinapoli awarded an NSF dissertation research grant

Beau Dinapoli has been awarded an NSF dissertation research grant in the amount of $24,923 for his project titled “Investigating the Origins of Monumental Architecture on Rapa Nui (Easter Island)”.
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