MA Student Casey Lynch has just received an SBSRI Research Grant for his work on economic development and employment zones in Honduras.
Meanwhile, MA Student Emma Lawlor also received an SBSRI Research Grant for her work on kidney disease among sugarcane workers in Nicaragua and El Salvador.
Niki vonHedemann has also received an SBSRI grant for preliminary dissertation research in Guatemala and K'iche' language study.
Kate Sammler was awarded a Dissertation-level SBSRI award to support her research on the impacts and unknowns of sea-bed mining in the South Pacific Ocean.
Meanwhile, Tim Workman from the Master's in Development Practice (MDP) Program also received an SBSRI grant for his summer practicum.
Congratulations Emma, Casey, Niki, Kate, and Tim! It's been a great start to the month of April for SGD Graduate Students!