Greetings! The 2023 ACMS fellowship selections have been completed. In 2023 ACMS selected 6 Field Research Fellows, 2 Library Fellows and 3 Intensive Summer Language Program Fellows, who come from diverse and varied backgrounds and fields of study. Please join us in congratulating the new ACMS Fellows!
Field Research Fellows:
|Christina Carolus||University of California, Berkeley||Sowing the Seeds of Empire: Subsistence Economic Transformation and the Emergence of East Asia's Earliest Nomadic Polity|
|Lee Orfila||University of Texas, Austin||Documentation of Mongolian Sign Language|
|Jeffrey Dolphin||University of Wyoming||Wildland-urban interface: gray wolves, feral dogs and human dimension in a Mongolian UNESCO Biosphere|
|John Koprowski||University of Wyoming||Wildlife Conservation and Anthropogenic Effects on the Summit of Asia's Oldest Protected Area, Bogd Khan Mountain|
|Uyanga Byambaa||University of California, Berkeley||Teacher Quality and Student Human Capital: Evidence from Rural Mongolia|
|Emily Eklund||University of Pittsburgh||Monuments as Anchored Places of Community in a Landscape of Movement|
|Mary Ellen Sloane||Middle Tennessee State University||Promoting Scholarly Communication and Research Evaluation in Mongolia|
|Saruul-Erdene Myagmar||Library of Congress||Cataloging Challenging Items|
|Daniel Lindbergh Lang||Peace Corps/Metropolitan Department of Education|
|Maggie Lindrooth||Yale University|
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Impressed by the quality of the fellowship topics! And, of course, the institutions that are behind these projects. ACMS should be proud of its support for these researchers.