Congratulations to our graduate students on their grants and fellowships. If you have accomplishments you would like to share, please send them to us!
April Greenwood received a Fulbright Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad fellowship to conduct research on cross-cultural workplace relationships between Indian employers and African employees in the port city of Tanga, Tanzania. The project is called “’Indian Bosses’ and ‘African Workers’: Race, Stereotype, and Community in Tanga, Tanzania”.
Emily Niespodziewanski was accepted to attend the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command Central Identification Laboratory Forensic Science Academy for the Fall 2013 semester. This is a four-month fellowship during which fellows are in residence at the CIL and receive specialized training in forensic anthropology, archaeology, and lab techniques.
Sylvia Deskaj received a Lewis and Clark Exploration Grant from the American Philosophical Society for “Assessing Change and Continuity: Intra- and Inter- Regional Interaction During the Bronze – Iron Age of Northern Albania” which will aid in continuing her dissertation research in Albania.
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