Indigenous Studies

Fall 2019 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Nicole Bonino (Spanish, Italian and Portuguese)

Sarah Milov (History)

David Edmunds, Track Director (Global Development Studies)

Fall 2019 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Matthew Slaats (Architecture - Urban Planning)

Alison Posey, PhD Candidate (Spanish, Italian and Portuguese)

Fall 2019 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Matthew Frakes (History)

"Sharing One Sky: SDSS, APOGEE and Astronomy Outreach" focused on bilingual STEM education and outreach, and was held in Santiago, Chile.

Spring 2022 Grant Recipient

Mark Sicoli (Anthropology) and Armik Mirzayan (Anthropology)

Joanne Britland, PhD Candidate (Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese)

Frederick H. Damon, Professor (Anthropology) and Cong (Ellen) Zhang, Associate Professor (History)

Simone Polillo, Associate Professor (Sociology)

Lise Dobrin, Associate Professor (Anthropology)

Michelle Walsh, PhD Candidate (Religious Studies)

Anastasia Dakouri-Hild, Associate Professor (Aegean and Near Eastern Archaeology)

Nancy Takahashi, Distinguished Lecturer (Landscape Architecture) and Guoping Huang, Assistant Professor (Urban and Environmental Planning)

Christopher Moore, Associate Professor (Medicine, Infectious Diseases and International Health)

Fall 2019 Grant Recipient

David Germano (Religious Studies)

The University of Virginia’s Yamuna River Project is an inter-disciplinary research program whose objective is to revitalize the ecology of the Yamuna River in New  Delhi, thus reconnecting India’s