3 GEOG Grads Win Dissertation Fellowships


Isaac Asante-Wusu and Ruthie Burrows have been selected to receive a 2022-23 Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship! Isaac is advised by Prof. Abdi Samatar, and their project is focused on democracy and urban water politics in Ghana and South Africa. Ruthie is supervised by Prof. Kathryn Grace, and they are exploring linkages between climate and child food insecurity in West Africa.

Evan Montpellier has won a CLA Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship from the college’s Office of Research and Graduate Program. Evan is working with Prof. Kurt Kipfmueller and their dissertation project is titled 'Subalpine Larch: An Indicator of Unprecedented Change in the Northern Rocky Mountains’.

Congratulations to Isaac, Ruthie and Evan for this wonderful accomplishment!


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