Fellowships, Grants, and Awards

  • Paul Coverdell Distinguished Fellow of Policy Studies. Department of Government and Sociology. Georgia College, GA. Fall 2019.
  • Senior Fellow. Institute for the Study of International Migration. Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. Georgetown University, Washington, DC.  2016-17.
  • Marino Family International Writers’ Academic Workshop Faculty Mentor. Genocide and Ethnic Violence Thematic Focus.  Georgetown University.Fall 2016.
  • Jesuit Universities Humanitarian Action Network (JUHAN) Faculty Fellow. Fellowship supporting faculty teachingcourses related to humanitarian action/assistance, and their moral/ethical connections and implications to humanitarian crisis. Georgetown University, 2016.
  • Jesuit Commons – Higher Education at the Margins. (JC-HEM) Invited Participant. Program providing education services to refugees in camps served by Jesuit Refugee Services and assistance with refugee applications. Georgetown University, Fall 2016.
  • W.K. McClure Scholarship for the Study of World Affairs Award. PhD Fieldwork Travel Award to Nepal as Faculty Mentor and Doctoral Student Co-PI. Anthropology Department.University of Tennessee. Spring 2013.
  • Jon Spear Competition Award. Award granted as Faculty Mentor of student winning research on “Hmong Children in America: Comparing Ethos of Reception & Geographical Locale”. University of Tennessee. Spring 2012.
  • Chancellor’s Research Grant. Awarded toward the completion of manuscript of African Childhoods book. University of Tennessee. Spring 2012.
  • Visiting Research Fellow. John Hopkins University. “The Child on the Wing Project – A Study on Children and their Families under Conditions of Ongoing Political Violence and/or Economic Uncertainty”. John Hopkins University. Baltimore, MD. 2010.
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