Amy Klemmer and Allison Kotowicz Receive Graduate School Fellowships

Congratulations are in order for Amy Klemmer and Allison Kotowicz. Amy Klemmer, received a Graduate School Distinguished Graduate Student Fellowship to support her ongoing research on prehistoric fishing strategies practiced along the coast of Ecuador and the potential impacts of short-term environmental stress on human ecology when viewed through an archaeological perspective. Amy’s research was recently highlighted in our Fall Newsletter. Allison Kotowicz, received a Graduate School R1 Advanced Opportunity Program Fellowship for continue her research into Tanzania’s conservation, tourism, and development. More information about Allison’s work can be found here.