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The Wenner-Gren Foundation has three major goals: to support significant and innovative anthropological research into humanity's biological and cultural origins, development, and variation; to foster the international community of research scholars in anthropology; and to provide leadership at the forefronts of the discipline.

aWhile a doctoral student at the University of Chicago, Joshua Walker received a Dissertation Fieldwork Grant in 2009 to aid research on "Crisis or Reconstruction? Street Children and Diamond Miners in Mbujimayi, Democratic Republic of Congo," supervised by Dr. Jean Comaroff. In 2015 Dr. Walker received an Engaged Anthropology Grant to aid engaged activities on "Post-Extractive Futures: Living Without and Beyond Diamonds".

aWhile a doctoral student at Standford University Dolly Kikon received a Dissertation Fieldwork Grant in 2009 to aid research on "Blurred Borders: Unsettling the Hill/Valley Divide in Northeast India," supervised by Dr. James G. Ferguson. In 2015 Dr. Kikon received an Engaged Anthropology Grant to aid engaged activities on "A Foothill Sanrhutav: Sharing Experiences of Women Traders in Northeast India"

aRalph Garruto is a Research Professor of Biomedical Anthropology at Binghamton University. In 2011 he received a Post-Ph.D. Research Grant to aid research on "Longitudinal Studies of Health Transition and Culture Change in Vanuatu". In 2015 Dr. Garruto received an Engaged Anthropology Grant to aid engaged activities on "Using Anthropology to Build Research Capacity and Inform Public Health Policy in the Republic of Vanuatu".

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