AAG Announces 2021 Grant Recipients
The American Association of Geographers congratulates the individuals and entities named to receive an AAG Grant. The AAG will confer these awards at a future event to be determined, once the travel and in-person meeting restrictions have been lifted.
This grant enables people, regardless of any formal training in geography, to engage in useful field studies and to have the joy of working alongside their partners.
Erik Johanson, Florida Atlantic University, will conduct paleoenvironmental research in Guayaquil, Ecuador with partner Jessie Johanson, and will lead a coring team with Florida Atlantic University (FAU) students associated with the FAU field school.
Max Woodworth, Ohio State University, will study historical urban geography with partner Namiko Kunimoto, in Tokyo for a project titled: Colonial Modernism in Datong, Shanxi.
The AAG provides support for doctoral Dissertation Research in the form of grants up to $1,000 to PhD candidates of any geographic specialty.
Shamayeta Bhattacharya, University of Connecticut
Alicia Danze, University of Texas at Austin
Brandon Finn, Harvard University
Gengchen Mai, UC Santa Barbara
Scott Markley, University of Georgia
Sophie O’Manique, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Ruchi Patel, Pennsylvania State University
The AAG provides small Research Grants of $500 to support direct costs for fieldwork and research.
Ryan Burns, University of Calgary
Mei-Huan Chen, Pennsylvania State University
Jennifer Greenburg, Stanford University
Wenliang Li, University of North Carolina Greensboro
Anna Van de Grift, Texas A&M University
Qi Zhang, Boston University
Outstanding students from community colleges, junior colleges, city colleges, or two-year educational institutions who will be transferring as geography majors to four-year universities receive support and recognition from this scholarship program, including $1,000 for educational expenses. The scholarship has been generously provided by Darrel Hess of the City College of San Francisco to 29 students since 2006.
Devon Michelle Borthwick, transferring from Front Range Community College to the University of Wyoming,
Constance Connors, transferring from Sinclair Community College to Arizona State University