Recent Graduate Students Awards

Julie Fleischman was awarded a Fulbright IIE to conduct her dissertation research on Khmer Rouge regime violence by analyzing skeletal trauma and memorialization in Cambodia.

Mari Isa was awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to investigate the relationship between developmental changes in bone structure and the expression of long bone fracture.

Sabrina Perlman was awarded a Fulbright IIE to conduct her dissertation research on the gender dynamics of self-managing type 2 diabetes in Ghana.

Fayana Richards was awarded a Pen to Paper Writing Retreat Travel Grant (Writing With, For and About Service-and Community-Engagement), a National Women’s Studies Association Travel Grant, a National Institute on Aging Summer Training on African American Aging Research Fellowship, and the MSU Pearl J. Aldrich Graduate Aging Research Award.

Emily Riley was runner up in the Association for Political and Legal Anthropology (APLA) Graduate Student Paper Prize, for her paper “The Politics of Téranga: Gender, Power, and the Political Equality Movement in Senegal.”

 

This article is in the Department of Anthropology’s Fall 2015 Newsletter, see the entire newsletter here.

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