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(2016). Power Play at the United Nations: The Effects of Added Stakeholders in the Committee on World Food Security. Pursuit - The Journal of Undergraduate Research at the University of Tennessee, 7(1), 199-207.

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Sociology Graduate Program Travel Grant
$1000 from University of California, Davis
Sociology Small Research Grant
$1000 from University of California, Davis
Graduate Program Fellowship
$12,976 from University of California, Davis
Imagining America’s Leading and Learning Initiative, Graduate Research Fellow
$7,500 from Imagining America through the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Davis Humanities Institute
Graduate Student Assocation, Travel Award
$500 from University of California, Davis (postponed due to COVID-19)


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