Graduate student Megan Hanna Fry receives the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) grant in Spring 2020. She shares a few of her thoughts below: “I joined the department in the fall of 2018, working with Dr. John Krigbaum and Dr. James Davidson focusing in bioarchaeology. I received my B.A. from the University of Cincinnati, and […]
Dr. Muligan’s lab featured in UF News press release for their PLOS ONE paper about Syrian refugee study. https://news.ufl.edu/2019/07/how-genes-resilience-affect-syrian-refugee-stress/
UF Anthropology graduate student, Molly Selba, was interviewed by Nat Geo on her recently published dog research. Read the interview here.
Congratulations to UF Anthropology graduate students Cady Gonzalez, Megan Cogburn, Christine LeJeune, and Mohammed Mustapha! All received the 2019 UF International Center Office for Global Research Engagement Research Award for Graduate Students.
See details here: Call for Entries for Undergrad Video Contest Make a video explaining either why anthropology is an important major or what you love about anthropology at the University of Florida, and you could win $50 and have your video shown on the department’s social media accounts. Videos should be less than two minutes […]
Congratulations to the three most recent recipients of Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad awards: Netty Carey will be studying “Precarious Property on Ghana’s Eroding Coast.” Megan Cogburn’s study is entitled “Pushing Institutional Deliveries: An Ethnography of Childbirth Care in Rural Tanzania” Cady Gonzalez will investigate “Hospitality in International Development: The case of Coffee and Sanitation in […]
African Americans have significantly higher rates of hypertension than other racial groups and suffer from more serious negative outcomes associated with the disease. We investigate the sociocultural and biological factors that influence hypertension in African Americans, a group that is underrepresented in research, in Tallahassee, FL. Novel integration of both genetic and social network data […]
Amaya-Burns Award Macarena Moraga Doughty Research Award Amanda Brock Aja Cacan Oswaldo Medina-Ramirez Riley Ravary Nolan Ruark Sarah Staub Fairbanks Award Jorge Garcia Nathan Lawres Ginessa Mahar Goggin Award Daniel Barroca Randee Fladeboe Taylor Polvadore Maples Award Janet Finlayson Waggoner Grants-in-Aid Aaron Ellrich Jamie Fuller Simon Goldstone Brittany Mistretta Mohammed […]
Congratulations to Michala Stock who won the 2017 J. Lawrence Angel Award, a Forensic Anthropology Student Paper Award, for her paper titled Growth and Development of Secondary Sex Characteristics in the Human Skull. Michala was presented with the award last week at the AAFS meetings.
We are very pleased to announce the winners of the department’s Fall Graduate Student Poster Competition as selected by popular vote at the department Holiday Party on December 6th. The first place prize of $700 goes to Myrian Barboza for her poster entitled “It’s From My Grandmother’s Time, When There Was No Shifting Cultivation”: Historical […]