2015- 2016 Newkirk Fellows Announced


Congratulations to our 2015-2016 Newkirk Fellows !

Erin Evans, Department of Sociology, School of Social Sciences
How scientists and laboratory culture are influenced by social movement activity, cultural change, and the use of policy reform to try to alter scientific practices

Alberto Morales, Department of Anthropology, School of Social Sciences
Shifting notions of biodiversity: Marine bio-prospecting in Panama and Costa Rica

Krista Pfaendler, Program in Public Health
Breast and cervical cancer survivorship in Zambia: Quality of life, social support, and the role of HIV/AIDS

Elizabeth Reddy, Department of Anthropology, School of Social Sciences
An ethnographic inquiry into how practioners, scientists and policymakers use technoscientific tools to address the question of how a vulnerable community can be alerted to an imminent threat

Stephen Slota, Department of Informatics, School of Information and Computer Sciences
Troubling the sciences: Infrastructures supporting scientific and policy processes