2023 Grant Recipients

Graduate Student Research Grants

“How a Community Health Clinic Responded to the War on Drugs: An Ethnographic Approach” by Carolina Arredondo, Global Studies

“Con que tengamos vida y salud: Access to Healthcare for Vulnerable H2-A Farmworkers” by Lidia Munoz Paniagua, Anthropology

“Racial and Gendered Discourses about Enslaved and Non-White Women in Puerto Rico” by Rosa Oconnor Acevedo, Philosophy

“Find Yourself in Tulum: Maya Service Workers and Luxury Wellness Tourism in a Pandemic Hotspot” by Sofia Vicente-Vidal, Anthropology

“Working Towards a Community Based Orthography Using Data on Variation for the San Lucas Quiavini Zapotec Communities” by Stephanie Morales Curiel, Linguistics

Faculty Research Grants

“Documenting Traditional Ecological Knowledge among Indigenous Communities of Argentina” by Lawrence Sugiyama, Anthropology

“Stories of Survival and Perseverance: Puerto Ricans and Climate Justice beyond the Archipelago” by Catalina de Onis, Honors College

“Data study: A university-district partnership to analyze and act on student experience survey data” by Audrey Lucero, Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education

“La Serenata (the Feature Film)” by Ernesto Martinez, Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies (IRES)