Recent Student Awards

We commend these Evolutionary Wing graduate students for their recent academic achievements.

Ph.D. completion

  • Andrew Tremayne: The Origin and Development of Martime Foraging Systems in Northern Alaska
  • Carly Whelan: Hunter-Gatherer Storage and Settlement: A View from the Central Sierra Nevada.


  • Curtis Atkisson: Wenner Gren grant
  • Grace Davis: NSF grant
  • Naomi Martisius: NSF-GROW, Wenner Gren grant and NSF grant

Crook Research Awards

  • Susan Talcott: fall 2015
  • Jason Miszaniec: fall 2015
  • Dena Clink: spring 2016
  • Xinjun Zhang: spring 2016

Kautz Family Award

  • Peter Stamos: 2015–16
  • Alex Greenwald: 2016–17


  • Katz, D.C., Grote, M.N., & Weaver, T.D. (2015). A mixed model for the relationship between climate and human cranial form. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 160(4): 593–603.
  • Sholts, S., Smith, K., & Warmlander, S. (In press). Paleotoxicology in Pre-Contact North America: Environment, Chemicals, and Native American Health. Smithsonian: Handbook of North American Indians