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Graduate Student Clara Hwayeon Lee Awarded the Edward G. Seidensticker Japan Summer Research Grant

April 5, 2021

Ph.D. graduate student Clara Hwayeon Lee was awarded the Edward G. Seidensticker Japan Summer Research Grant from the Center for Asian Studies! Congratulations Clara!

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Graduate Students Katie Donlan, Scarlett Engle, and Clara Lee awarded Museum Student Research Grants

April 5, 2021

Congratulations to Ph.D. graduate students Katie Donlan, Scarlett Engle, and Clara Lee, who were all awarded grants from the Museum Student Research Award Program! Way to go, all!!!

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Akira Ichikawa Receives the Japan Society Grant for the Promotion of Science

April 5, 2021

Congratulations to Akira Ichikawa and Art Joyce! Akira is a postdoctoral scholar in the department specializing in Mesoamerican archaeology. He received a grant from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science to work on a project with Professor Joyce in Oaxaca! Great work!

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Ph.D. Student Gregg Oritz Successfully Defends His Dissertation

April 1, 2021

Congratulations, Dr. Gregg Ortiz! Gregg successfully completed his defense today for his dissertation, “Promises of Prosperity: Race, History, and Fracking in South Texas’s Brush Country.” Fantastic job, Gregg!

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Graduate Students Anna Wynfield and Paige Edmiston Awarded the NSF GRFP Grant

March 29, 2021

Ph.D. students Anna Wynfield and Paige Edmiston have been awarded Graduate Research Fellowships from the National Science Foundation! This award recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research-based masters and doctoral degrees in fields within NSF’s mission. The GRFP provides up to three years of support for the...

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Geraldo Gutiérrez and Catherine Cameron's Paper Featured in the Society for American Archaeology's Archaeological Record

March 24, 2021

Geraldo Gutiérrez and Catherine Cameron's paper, "Archaeological Perspectives on the Study of Outbreaks During the COVID-19 Pandemic Coevolution, Emergence, and Resurgence of Pathogens through History,' featured in the Society for American Archaeology's Archaeological Record. This paper provides an overview of important epidemics in the past and explores how archaeology and...

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Graduate Student Carlton Shield Chief Gover Featured in the Coloradan

March 22, 2021

Graduate Student Carlton Shield Chief Gover Featured in the Coloradan, CU's Alumni Magazine. A Walk in Two Worlds Published: March 18, 2021 • By Daniel Strain American Indians and archaeologists have had a long and often fractious history. Carlton Shield Chief Gover is trying to change that. Just after World...

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Alumni Colleen Scanlan Lyons and Cydney Justman's COVID Relief Work Featured in A&S Magazine

March 19, 2021

CU Anthropology Alumni Colleen Scanlan Lyons (PhDAnth’10) and Cydney Justman's (Anth’10) rapid COVID relief work featured in A&S Magazine. Way to go ANTH buffs! Two CU Boulder anthropology alums facilitate rapid COVID relief in Brazil by coordinating an effort to deliver breathing devices In January, The Washington Post reported a...

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Kaitlyn E. Davis, Pascale Meehan, Sarah Kurnick, and Catherine Cameron's article featured in Archaeological Practice Journal

March 19, 2021

Kaitlyn E. Davis, Pascale Meehan, Sarah Kurnick, and Catherine Cameron's article " Recommendations for Safety Education and Training for Graduate Students Directing Field Projects " featured in Advances in Archaeological Practice Journal. This issue focuses on Health and Wellness in Archaeology but contains useful information and how-to guides for all field disciplines.

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Graduate Student Carlton Gover's Paper Published in Plains Anthropologist Journal

March 16, 2021

Congratulations to archaeology graduate student Carlton Gover on his first publication, " Bayesian analysis of the chronology of the Lynch site (25BD1) and comparisons to the Central Plains Tradition and Central Plains Oneota !" It was published in Plains Anthropologist and co-authored by Dr. Douglas Bamforth and Kristen Carlson. This...

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