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Recent Graduate-Student Grants and Awards

May 21, 2021

Here at the UTSA Deparmtent of Anthropology, we have always been extremely proud of our graduate students' success in securing external funding and awards. Our faculy work hard with our students on their applications and projects, but of course all the credit belongs to the students themselves. Here are the recent accomplishments of our current graduate students as well as the graduate students who will join our program this fall:

Jennifer Brett - National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Miguel Duarte - Fulbright Foreign Student Doctoral Program Fellowship

Christina Frasier - Student Educational Grant funded by the Association of Preservation Texas & 2020 San Antonio Glasswire Writing Prize

Daniel Jimenez - National Science Foundation Cultural Anthropology Methods Program

Moureen Kaki - Institute for Diversity and Civic Life's Migration Narratives Grant

Rebecca Morris - American Philosophical Society's Lewis and Clark Grant for Exploration and Field Research

Daisy Paredes - National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Anna Penna - Smithsonian Predoctoral Fellowship at the Museum of Natural History & Society of Systematic Biologists Graduate Student Research Award

Alessandra Villareal - National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant

Bright Yeboah - Leaky Foundation Baldwin Fellowship

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