Liz Hall receives NSF GRFP

GraduDSC00879ate student Liz Hall received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship for her research on zoonotic pathogen emergence in humans and nonhuman primates in West and Central Africa. This fellowship provides three years of support for graduate studies. Liz will use this support to continue her studies at Purdue and pursue more fieldwork for her dissertation research. See the NSF press release here for more information.

About Melissa Remis

Department Head and Professor of Anthropology, Purdue University
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