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Fahrenbruch Receives Two Grants

Monday, April 25, 2016

Matt Fahrenbruch, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Geography and Atmospheric Science, has received two separate grants for the summer of 2016.  He was awarded a Tinker Foundation Field Research Grant from the KU Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies to conduct pre-dissertation research on the Miskito Coast of Nicaragua.  He also received an AAG-NSF Travel Grant to participate in the 33rd International Geographical Congress in Beijing, China in August.  Pete Herlihy is the advisor for Fahrenbruch.  We want to extend our congratulations to Matt on his achievement!

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