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Kellogg Doctoral Student Affiliates Embark on NSF Fellowships Kellogg Doctoral Student Affiliates Embark on NSF Fellowships
Doctoral student affiliates Jeremy Graham and Juan Angel Valdez Jr. (political science) are in the first year of five-year fellowships awarded in 2016 by the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF-GRFP).

Javeline Pursues Dual Interests in Russian Politics and Global Environmental IssuesJaveline Pursues Dual Interests in Russian Politics and Global Environmental Issues
In her academic research, Faculty Fellow Debra Javeline leads two lives. She is focused on coastal adaptation to climate change—and on the response to political violence in a small Russian town.

An “Accidental” Engaged AnthropologistAn “Accidental” Engaged Anthropologist
Faculty Fellow Catherine Bolten interviews Visiting Fellow Stuart Kirsch about his arc of work as an anthropologist interested in issues of development and in engagement with the communities he studies.

Graubart Awarded NEH FellowshipGraubart Awarded NEH Fellowship
Faculty Fellow Karen Graubart has won a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship for her book project on the formation of ethnic and racial classification across the Iberian empire.

Faculty Fellow Research Reveals New Drug Regimen to Eliminate ElephantiasisFaculty Fellow Research Reveals New Drug Regimen to Eliminate Elephantiasis
A collaborative study by three research groups, including Faculty Fellow Edwin Michael’s laboratory at Notre Dame, reveals that a triple-drug regimen could accelerate the elimination of the mosquito-borne parasitic disease known as elephantiasis.

Faculty Fellow Helps Guide Armenia’s Economic PolicyFaculty Fellow Helps Guide Armenia’s Economic Policy
Faculty Fellow Joseph Kaboski has become a trusted adviser to the Central Bank of Armenia, helping to guide the nation’s economic policy through his research.

Doug Cassel to Join Colombian President at Nobel Peace Prize CeremonyDoug Cassel to Join Colombian President at Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony
Faculty Fellow Doug Cassel will join Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos at the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize ceremony on Saturday, December 10 in Oslo, Norway.

Marisel Moreno to Receive Sheedy AwardMarisel Moreno to Receive Sheedy Award
Faculty Fellow Marisel Moreno has been selected to receive the 2016 Sheedy Excellence in Teaching Award, the highest teaching honor in the College of Arts and Letters.

New Book Explores Impact of “Cultural Entropy” on Media Campaigns in GhanaNew Book Explores Impact of “Cultural Entropy” on Media Campaigns in Ghana
A new book by Faculty Fellow Terence McDonnell uses AIDS campaigns in Ghana as a case study to examine why expensive media campaigns that try to harness the power of culture to change beliefs or behavior often fail.

Beatty Wins 2016 AHA Friedrich Katz PrizeBeatty Wins 2016 AHA Friedrich Katz Prize
Faculty Fellow Ted Beatty has been selected as the winner of the 2016 Friedrich Katz Prize, given by the American Historical Association for the best book in Latin American and Caribbean history.

Al Stepan Champions “Twin Tolerations” in Return to KelloggAl Stepan Champions “Twin Tolerations” in Return to Kellogg
A major lecture by Al Stepan ’58 was an opportunity for Kellogg to celebrate a distinguished scholar and dynamic institution builder who has had close ties to the Institute since its inception.

Bleck Named Ford Program Senior Research AdvisorBleck Named Ford Program Senior Research Advisor
Faculty Fellow Jaimie Bleck has been appointed to the new position of senior research advisor to the Kellogg Institute’s Ford Family Program in Human Development Studies and Solidarity.

Cassel Awarded Colombia's Highest Honor for Foreign CitizensCassel Awarded Colombia's Highest Honor for Foreign Citizens
Colombia has conferred upon Faculty Fellow Douglass Cassel the Order of Merit, the highest award Colombia grants to foreign citizens.

New Distinguished Research Affiliates Join Kellogg CommunityNew Distinguished Research Affiliates Join Kellogg Community
Senior scholars from Cornell, Vanderbilt, and the University of Texas, Austin, have been named Kellogg Distinguished Research Affiliates.

Ball Investigates Relationship between Language and Place in BrazilBall Investigates Relationship between Language and Place in Brazil
On an ACLS fellowship, Faculty Fellow Christopher Ball is exploring how the Wauja people of Brazil use words to create an identity that ties their culture to a nearby river.

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