Graduate student Strong honored for anthropology paper


Adrienne Strong, a graduate student studying sociocultural anthropology in Arts & Sciences, has been recognized with a 2017 Peter K. New Student Research Competition award from the Society for Applied Anthropology.

The award, which honors the late Peter Kong-ming New, a distinguished medical sociologist-anthropologist, is given for the best papers reporting on applied research in the social and behavioral sciences.

Strong received the third place award for her paper “’We Swim in Blood’: Exposure to Risk and Forms of Care on the Maternity Ward of a Tanzanian Hospital.”

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