Name and Degree Project Advisor Year
Jean Hatcherson, Post-Doctorate (PhD or Faculty) In Their Own Words: The Impact of Tourism on Dukha Reindeer Herders in Mongolia 2016
Katie J. Niemeyer, Graduate (masters or Pre-dissertation) Peri-Urban Pastoralism in Mongolia: Challenges and Recommendations 2016
Peter James Bittner, Graduate (masters or Pre-dissertation) Mongolian Herders and Climate Change: An Interactive Documentary Short Film 2016
Scott Parker, Graduate (masters or Pre-dissertation) Street Children in Ulaanbaatar: Examining the Condition of Mongolia’s Most Vulnerable 2016
Lauren Peruffo, Graduate (masters or Pre-dissertation) Health evaluation of endangered saiga antelope 2016
Leslie D. Joynes, Post-Doctorate (PhD or Faculty) Higher Education in the Arts Mongolia: Building a platform for mutual understanding, cooperation and US-Mongolian scholarship. 2016
Nancy A. Nix, Post-Doctorate (PhD or Faculty) Increasing Strategies for Local Food Security in Peri-Urban and Rural Areas of Mongolia 2016
Alex Diener, Associate Professor of Geography, Interim Director of the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Assessing Impacts of Axial Development in Mongolia 2017
Ulrich Kamp, Professor of Geography, University of Montana Melting Ice and Rising Lake Levels? The impact of Climate Change on Glaciers and Lakes in the Mongolian Altai Mountains 2017
Caleb Pan, PhD Student, Geography, University of Montana Towards understanding the interaction between glaciers and lakes in the Altai Mountains of Mongolia 2017
Ryan Burner, PhD Candidate, Ecology, Louisiana State University Climate change and grazing regimes: ecosystem effects in Hustai National Park 2017
Jessica Madison, PhD Candidate, Anthropology, UC-Santa Cruz Golden Mountain, Iron Heap: Landscape, Empire, and the Poetics of Extraction in Eastern Mongolia 2017
Matthew Fuka, PhD Student, Anthropology, Perdue University Gender and activity patterns in Early Iron Age Mongolia: An analysis of entheseal remodeling and osteoarthritis among the Xiongnu 2017
Charlotte D’Evelyn, Visiting Assistant Professor, Loyola Marymount University Regional Fiddles and Folksongs in Mongolia 2017
Abigail Golden, PhD Student, Ecology and Evolution, Rutgers University Can we sustainably fish for endangered species? A case study of the Mongolian fishery for taimen, the largest salmon in the world 2017
Julia Clark, PhD Student, University of Pittsburgh Khoton Lake-Biluut Petroglyph Complex Richard D. Kortum, Associate Professor of Humanities, East Tennessee State University 2009
Tuul Myagmardorj, Masters Student, Missouri State University The Status of Educational Leadership in Selected Mongolian Schools Scott B. Wegner, Professor, Department of Counseling, Leadership and Special Education, Missouri State University 2009
Brandon Krumwiede, Masters Student, Univ. of Montana Water Resources and Climate Change in Mönkh Khairkhan National Park, Western Mongolia Dr. Ulrich Kamp, University of Montana 2009
Leland L. Rogers, PhD Student, Indiana University Genetics, Ancestry and Kinship Among the Mongols of the Northern Khangai Frederika Ann Kaestle, Assistant Professor, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, IUB Department of Biology, Indiana University 2009
Geoffrey Aung, Columbia University Negdel Echoes: Rural Herding Cooperatives and Development Discourse in Post-2001 Mongolia L. Munkh-Erdene, Professor, Department of Anthropology, National University of Mongolia 2008
Enkhjargal Adiya, University of Pittsburgh Gender Equity in Access to Higher Education in Mongolia John C. Weidman, Chair, Department of Administrative and Policy Studies in Education, University of Pittsburgh 2008
Batkhishig Baival, Colorado State University The Role of community-based Pastureland Management in Building Social and Ecological Resilience of Rural Mongolian Communities Maria Fernandez-Gimenez, Associate Professor, Department of Forest, Rangeland, and Watershed Stewardship, Colorado State University 2008
Annika Eriksen, University of Arizona The Impact of Development on Mongolian Herders’ Risk Management Strategies Maria Fernandez-Gimenez, Associate Professor, Department of Forest, Rangeland, and Watershed Stewardship, Colorado State University 2008
Natalie King, University of Pittsburgh Khanuy river Valley Project: A Study of Soil Composition of Late Bronze Age Settlements Jean-Luc Houle, PhD Candidate, Co-Director of Khanauy River Valley Project 2008
Khongorzul Mendbayar, National University of Mongolia Dukha Reindeer Herder Health Survey Sas Carey, Life Energy Healing School 2008
Catherine Tsuji, PhD Program, Department of Religious Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara Religion and Identity in Modern Mongolia Vesna Wallace, Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies, UCSB 2007
Dari Jigjidsuren, PhD Program, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Evaluation of Parent Training Projects in Mongolia Patsy Pierce, Associate Director for Early Childhood Research and Practice, UNC at Chapel Hill 2007
Richard Maxwell, PhD Program, Geology and Geography Department, West Virginia University The Influence of Climate and Human Land Use on Fire History near Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Baatarbileg Nachin, Department of Forestry Head, National University of Mongolia 2007
Angelica Braun, M.A. Program, the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University The Reverse Gender Gap in Mongolian Education Tsetsegjargal Tseden, Lecturer of Cultural Anthropology, National University of Mongolia 2007
Andrew Padilla, Undergraduate, Gettysburg College Monuments and Their Relation to Pastoral Subsistence William Honeychurch, Visiting Scientist, Smithsonian Institute 2007
Kevin Nolan, Undergraduate, Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University Economic Activity Creation in Mongolia: The Impact of Culture Kristie Seawright, Associate Professor of International and Public Management, BYU 2007
Patrick Lawrence, Undergraduate, Land Resources and Environmental Sciences Department, Montana State University Analysis and Restoration of Rangelands in the Darhad Valley, Mongolia Cliff Montange, Soil Science Professor, Montana State University 2007
Byambagerel Suren, PhD Program, Tree Ring Laboratory, National University of Mongolia Growth Patterns of Trees and Regional Climatic Anomalies with Insect Outbreaks in Past Centuries Gordon Jacoby, Senior Research Scientist, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University 2007


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