Email the cover page and the complete paper as pdf documents to Dr.Durband at email@example.com by a date TBD.
Martin Ottenheimer Award for Adventurous Anthropology
Anthropologist Martin Ottenheimer (PhD Tulane U 1971), now professor emeritus at Kansas State, is internationally known for his ethnographic research in East Africa, especially the Comoro Islands, as well as major publications on kinship and cousin marriage. He was a Department Head at K-State (1987-1993), was elected President of the Central States Anthropological Society (1994-1995), and served on the Executive Board of the American Anthropological Association. He has lectured in Africa, Europe, and Australia, and his visiting academic positions include Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich, Germany (1990), and a Fulbright Scholar at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic (2004-2005). A world traveler and a champion sailor, Dr. Ottenheimer also serves as a Senior Judge, US Sailing Association.
This student award has been established in recognition of the adventurous spirit that guides Dr. Ottenheimer and many fellow anthropologists in their quest for knowledge about peoples and cultures all across the world. Eligible for this award ($300) are undergraduate students majoring in anthropology, who have at least one more semester left of their undergraduate program at the time of application. To be seriously considered, they must have a good academic record (minimum GPA 3.5), and a specific planned project that demonstrates their adventurous spirit as a budding anthropologist. Each contender will send a 1-page curriculum vitae and a roughly 2-page project proposal (including details about how the funding will be spent) to Dr.Durband at firstname.lastname@example.org by a date TBD. The winner will be committed to make a presentation for the Anthropology Club before their graduation (within the following year).
Harriet and Martin Ottenheimer Central States Anthropological Society Award
The recipient(s) of this award will be a student(s) properly enrolled as a K-State student and major in anthropology who has submitted an abstract for their research and been notified that this/her paper has been accepted for presentation at the annual Central States Anthropological Society (CSAS) conference. Applicants are expected to present at the annual Central States conference and commonly our own Sapiens Symposium late in the spring semester. Abstract are generally due early in the year and should be discussed with one of K-State's anthropology faculty before submitting (and presenting). The award shall reimburse the selected student for up to $500 (or half that amount, if the award goes to multiple students) in travel expenses to attend the annual CSAS conference and present his/her paper. Email the awards coordinator, Art Durband in '16-17, once you've been accepted to present and attach your abstract and let them know you are officially applying for the CSAS award.
National and International Awards
Our students have had great success receiving major national and international awards and scholarships. Visit with your adviser if you are interested in pursuing any of these prestigious awards to support your future research and scholarship.
Fellowships for U.S. graduating seniors, graduate students, young professionals and artists to study abroad for one academic year.
LeRoy Prine 2016
Amanda Stueve 2010
Lucas Bessire 2001
Lisa Mertz 1993
Carol Leonard 1970
Fellows receive three years of support with a $30,000 annual stipend plus a $10,500 cost-of-education allowance, a $1,000 one time international travel allowance and access to the TeraGrid supercomputer.
Laura Bathurst 1997
Michael Wesch 1998
Amber Campbell 2005
Other Anthropology Award Winners
|Marshall Scholarship||Jordan Thomas||2016|
|Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship||Ryan Klataske||2007|
|Jacob K. Javits Fellowship||Michael Wesch||1998|
|Phi Kappa Phi||John Hawks||1994|
|Rhodes||Roger D. Sorrell||1974|