The remarkable discovery of Fort Kormantine by archaeologist Christopher DeCorse illuminates a critical period in Atlantic history.
Africa (Sub-Saharan), Archaeology, Grant Awards, Migration, Student Experience, Trade
Matthew O’Leary joined the team of archaeologists led by Maxwell Professor Christopher DeCorse in coastal Ghana this past summer.
She is part of a three-member team that received a $157,065 grant from the Women in Economics and Mathematics Research Consortium.
Gender and Sex, Grant Awards, United States
Supported by a $1.2 million federal grant, they will evaluate the effectiveness of treatment and recovery services for those who’ve been incarcerated.
Addiction, Grant Awards, New York State, Opioids
The funding will support his research on ethical dilemmas in data science, culminating in a co-authored book manuscript.
Ethics, Grant Awards
Clay Fannin was awarded $25,000 to continue research he began with professors Colleen Heflin and Len Lopoo.
COVID-19, Food Security, Grant Awards, Nutrition, Student Experience, U.S. Health Policy
The professor of political science will focus on historical trends of intrastate and interstate battles since the 18th century.
Defense & Security, Grant Awards, International Affairs
The funding will enable the Maxwell School assistant professor to build on his study of the crop-climate feedback cycle.
Agriculture, Climate Change, Grant Awards, United States
The awards support undergraduate research projects.
Awards & Honors, Grant Awards, Student Experience
Associate Professor Sarah Hamersma and graduate student Mitch McFarlane will use the $75,000 grant to investigate the impacts of SNAP food assistance on maternal and infant health.
Food Security, Grant Awards, Income, Nutrition, Parenting & Family, Student Experience