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Amazing student Victoria Ramenzoni

Afterward, I joined NOAA as an intern for the Northwest Pacific Fisheries Center where I worked in the development of socio-ecological indicators to measure coastal communities’ resilience dealing with climate change. In March 2011, we received support from the Society for Psychological Anthropology, the Graduate School and the department of anthropology at UGA to present at the biennial meetings of the Society for Psychological Anthropology. In addition, we received a National Science Foundation Doctoral Improvement Dissertation Grant to conduct field research for a year-and-a-half in Indonesia.

Again, a great feature on the UGA hompage. Very important to celebrate these terrific people on our campus; her final quote in the feature is especially on target.

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