Graduate students receive awards from GSS
Please join us in congratulating our graduate students on their awards!
Four of our graduate students received awards from Graduate Student Senate (GSS).
Michelle Bebber, PhD student, received an International Travel Award to go to Paris this summer to present her research project called "Untapped Potential – Why weren’t ceramic arrowheads invented? Theoretical Morphology for Understanding the Human Past” at the "Integrating Ballistics into Archaeology" symposium at UISPP which is a global conference for the International Union of the Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences.
Kristen Hirter, M.A. student, received an International Travel Award to go to Kyoto University’s Primate Research Institute in Inuyama, Japan to conduct research with our Japanese colleagues.
Morgan Chaney, PhD student, received a research award for his proposal, “Molecular adaptations for cyanide metabolism of Hapalemur griseus”.
Ashley Rutkoski, M.A. student, received a research award for her proposal, “Potsherd variation: A glimpse into human behavior”.
Excellent work and CONGRATULATIONS on your achievements!!