Anthropology graduating seniors win Virgina Voss Award and Goldstein Prize


May 24, 2013 Bookmark and Share

Two new alums of Michigan Anthropology were honored as graduating seniors in Honors this year:

Julia Field was awarded a Virgina Voss award for academic writing Named for the late Virginia Voss and sponsored by her family, these are certificates and monetary prizes in various amounts, given to Honors women for writing in separate categories of academic writing, imaginative prose, poetry, and journalism.  

 

Leah Burgin was awarded one of the Goldstein Prizes, the Gerald Ford Public Policy and Service Award.  Generously supported by the Goldstein family, these prizes are named for alumni/ae and associates of the University in nine different areas of endeavor.

 

Congratulations, Julia and Leah.  Michigan Anthropology is proud to have you among our alumni.