Graduate Student News

Mary-Collier Wilks' Publication of Paper

Congratulations to Mary-Collier Wilks on having her paper entitled "Activist, Entrepreneur, or Caretaker?: Negotiating Varieties of Women in Development" accepted for publication in Gender and Society.  The paper will appear in the April 2019 issue.  Congratulations MC!

Candace Miller Has Been Awarded a Research Grant from Equitable Growth

Congratulations to Candace Miller who won a research grant from Equitable Growth, a non-profit research and grantmaking organization dedicated to advancing evidence-backed ideas and policies that promote strong, stable, and broad-based economic growth. The award will support Candace’s dissertation project entitled “Race, Entrepreneurship, and Urban Revitalization.” 

Jaime Hartless' Publication of Article

Congratulations to Jaime Hartless on the publication of her article:  "Questionable Queer: Understanding Straight Presence in the Post-Gay Bar"

Brooke Dinsmore's Publication of Paper

Mary-Collier Wilks Has Been Awarded a Fulbright For Her Dissertation Research

Mary-Collier Wilks won the Fulbright Award for her dissertation research.  Mary-Collier will be joining a distinguished cadre of scholars around the world as she investigates the impact of INGO’s in Cambodia. Please see UVA Today's coverage of her Fulbright project here. Congratulations MC.!

Candace Miller Has Been Awarded The Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship

Candace Miller has been awarded the Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship for her dissertation entitled “Race, entrepreneurship and urban revitalization in Detroit” and the All-University Graduate Teaching Award in recognition of her dedication and outstanding achievement as a teacher. Congratulations Candace!

Sarah Mosseri Received The Double Hoo Research Grant

Congratulations Sarah Mosseri for receivng the Double Hoo Research Grant!

Catalina Vallejo Has Been Awarded The GSAS Disseration Completion Fellowship

Congratulations Catalina for being awarded the GSAS Dissertation Completion Fellowship and selected to teach in the Engagements Curriculum!