From studying monkey fur to analyzing dietary patterns in India, anthropology research proves formative for Glynn Scholar

From studying monkey fur to analyzing dietary patterns in India, anthropology research proves formative for Glynn Scholar

Author: Carrie Gates

In anthropology, “snowball sampling” refers to growing the number of participants in a research study by asking subjects to refer friends and acquaintances. For senior Candice Park, it was her research experiences at Notre Dame that snowballed, as each opportunity led her to the next — culminating in her senior thesis for the Department of Anthropology.

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Glynn Scholar Caleb Pine One of Two Juniors Named Truman Scholars

Glynn Scholar Caleb Pine One of Two Juniors Named Truman Scholars

Author: Carrie Gates

Two juniors in Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters, Caleb “C.J.” Pine and Christa Grace Watkins, have been named 2016 Truman Scholars. Established in 1975 as a living memorial to President Harry S. Truman, the prestigious scholarship includes $30,000 in graduate study funds, priority admission and supplemental financial aid at select institutions, leadership training, career and graduate school counseling, and internship opportunities within the federal government.

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