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Donna Goldstein and Anna Wynfield's Co-Authored Article Published in Health Research Policy and Systems Journal

Jan. 30, 2023

Professor Donna Goldstein and PhD candiate Anna Wynfield's co-authored article, "Limitations of COVID-19 Testing and Case Data for Evidence-Informed Health Policy and Practice," published in Health Research Policy and Systems Journal. Abstract: Background Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) became a pandemic within a matter of months. Analysing the first year of...

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Fernando Villanea's Co-Authored Article Published in Human Genetics and Genomics Advances

Jan. 23, 2023

Professor Fernando Villanea's co-authored article: “Community Partnerships Are Fundamental to Ethical Ancient DNA Research” published in Human Genetics and Genomics Advances. Abstract : The analysis of ancient DNA allows scientists to trace human evolution and make important discoveries about modern populations. The data revealed by ancient DNA sampling can be...

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Sarah Kurnick and Lauren Hosek Receive CARTSS Faculty Awards

Jan. 20, 2023

Professors Sarah Kurnick and Lauren Hosek receive CARTSS Faculty Awards. The CARTSS grant program is a competitive program to support tenure-track faculty conducting research in the social sciences.

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Lauren Hosek awarded an Wenner-Gren Global Initiative Grant

Jan. 20, 2023

Professor Lauren Hosek in collaboration with Professor Alyssa Bader of McGill University receive a Wenner-Gren Global Initiative Grant. Each year, the Wenner-Gren Foundation funds a small number of initiatives that meet a need not already addressed by our other programs. Global Initiatives Grants help support innovative projects that benefit the...

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Graduate Students, Kelsey Hoppes, Paige Edmiston, Kevin Darcy and Sabrina Bradford Receive CARTSS Awards

Jan. 17, 2023

Graduate Students, Kelsey Hoppes, Paige Edmiston, Kevin Darcy and Sabrina Bradford receive CARTSS Awards. CARTSS supports social science research by faculty and students through seed grant programs. Congratulations, students.

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Graduate Students, Kelsey Hoppes, Chu May Paing and Paige Edmiston Receive Beverly Sears Graduate Student Grant Program Awards

Jan. 17, 2023

Graduate Students, Kelsey Hoppes, Chu May Paing and Paige Edmiston recieve Beverly Sears Graduate Student Grant program awards. They will use the funding to continue their ongoing doctoral dissertation research and writing (see below for their topics). Kelsey Hoppes - dissertation research on Great Plains and Midwest ceramic communities of...

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Kate Goldfarb's Marshall Fire Story Project Featured in CU Boulder Today

Jan. 17, 2023

Professor Kate Goldfarb's Marshall Fire Story Project featured in CU Boulder Today. On Dec. 30, 2021, a quick-moving, grass-fueled wildfire in suburban Boulder County became the costliest wildfire in Colorado history. It burned 6,000 acres, destroyed more than 1,000 homes and damaged thousands of others. Hundreds of CU Boulder students,...

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Jack Dalton Receives a Leakey Foundation Research Grant

Dec. 12, 2022

Jack Dalton (Ph.D. Biological Anthropology in Progress) has been awarded a Leakey Foundation Research Grant. The Leakey Foundation exclusively funds research related to human origins. Priority of funding is commonly given to exploratory phases of promising new research projects that meet the stated purpose of the Foundation. Jack has received...

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Nicholas Puente Successfully Defends His MA Paper

Dec. 6, 2022

Nicholas Puente (Ph.D Archaeology in Progress) successfully defended his MA paper, "Relations of Stone and Water: Postclassic Maya Interactions in Miniature Masonry Shrines." His committee included Professors Gerado Gutiérrez, Art Joyce, and Sarah Kurnick.

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Erik Jurado Successfully Defends His Research Prospectus

Dec. 6, 2022

Erik Jurado (Ph.D Archaeology in Progress) successfully defended his prospectus, " The San Ignacio Archaeological Project: Identity, Ritual, and Exchange in Teotihuacan's Rural Countryside." His committee was comprised of Gerardo Gutierrez (Chair), Arthur Joyce, Scott Ortman, Douglas Bamforth, and David Carballo (Boston University). He now advances to Ph.D. candidacy.

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