The Alfonso Ortiz Center for Intercultural Studies awarded $500 to three graduate students selected to present their research papers on Climate Change at a special panel held during the Annual AGSU Meeting in April, 2013. We congratulate the following students:
Valorie Aquino. Building Higher Resolution Chronologies for Paired Culture-Climate Investigations: A Case Study from Uxbenká, a Classic Maya Polity in the Eastern Lowlands of Belize. (Anthropology)
Nicholas Jarman. Meeting the Challenges and Opportunities of Climate Change: A Case Study from Ice Patch Archaeology. (Anthropology)
Edward Merta. A Climate Gridlock: Climate Change Adaptation, Federalism, and Expansion of the National Electric Transmission Grid. (Law)
Announcement for new research awards opportunities will be forthcoming.