Pauline Wollenberg Juda Memorial Endowment Fund Award
The Department of Anthropology awards small travel and research grants through the Pauline Wollenberg Juda Memorial Endowment Fund. The awards assist undergraduate and graduate students in the anthropological study of nutrition. The competition takes place annually in the fall term. Applications are evaluated by the Departmental Awards Committee.
Recent graduate student recipients
Colin Brand: Travel to present, “Adaptive functions of GG rubbing among female bonobos (Pan paniscus) at Lomako, DRC,” at the American Association of Physical Anthropologists in Austin, TX.
Diana Christie: Travel to present, “The effects of early life social behavior on the gut micro biome of a threatened primate (colobus vellerosus),” at the American Association of Physical Anthropologists in Austin, TX.
Diana Christie: Travel to present, “Within group variation in the gut microbiome of the Ugandan red colobus (Procolobus rufomitratus tephrosceles) from Kibale National Park, Uganda,” at the International Society of Primatologists Congress.
Hyunsoo Lee: Travel to present, “Comparative perspective across the Early Holocene Northeast China and Korea: Archaeobotanical study on Hougaomuga site, Jilin Province, “at the SouthEast Asian Association conference.
Jess Stone: Travel to present, “Isotopic Analysis of Prehistoric Human Diet at Chelechol ra Orrak, Palau,” at the American Association of Physical Anthropologists meetings.
Recent undergraduate recipients
Nicolette Dent: Travel award to present a paper at the Western Regional International Health Conference in Seattle, WA; $250.