Austin Lord was awarded the Sadov Graduate Student Fellowship.
Austin Kramer was awarded a Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) fellowship.
Daniel Ferman-Leon and Elif Sari were awarded Qualitative and Interpretive Research Institute Small Research Grants.
Annie Sheng was awarded two grants from the Cornell Council for the Arts. One grant is to work on a poetry chapbook and reading project, “Verses in the Coronaverse
.” The other grant is to create artwork using emerging digital technologies. Her artwork is entitled "The Otherworldly 17 and Us"--and is inspired by the James Webb Space Telescope to be launched this year and Cornell's history of searching for intelligent life in the universe.
Daniel Ferman-Leon was awarded a Dissertation Fieldwork Grant by the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research for his project entitled:The Financialization of Racialized Geographies:Real Estate Investment and Housing Insecurity in Kansas City.
Xinyu Guan was awarded a Hu Shih fellowships for Anthropological field research in Singapore and a Wenner Gren dissertation fieldwork grant.
Yu Liang was awarded an Einaudi SSRC-DPD grant.
Elif Sari won a James Slevin Assignment Sequence Prize Honorable Mention for the sequence of assignments she designed for Anthro1101: Gender and Sexuality in the Middle East.
Jaimie Luria, Itamar Haritan, Shirley LaPenne (a PhD student from Government) and Dr. Alex Nading were awarded funding from the Qualitative and Interpretive Research Institute's Working Groups Program to lead a collaborative working group entitled "Practicing Ethnography in Unprecedented Times."
Bruno Seraphin was awarded a Wenner-Gren Dissertation Fieldwork Grant. His project is called Indigenous Karuk and Settler Colonial Fire Politics and Practices in Northern California.
Sena Aydin was awarded the Luigi Einaudi Graduate Dissertation Fellowship by the Institute for European Studies for her dissertation project titled, Stuck In-Between: Urban Governance, Place-Making, and Infrastructure in Barcelona.
Xinyu Guan received a Dissertation Fieldwork Grant by the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research