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Natalie Moss receives prestigious Marshall Scholarship


UGA sets record with two Marshall Scholars in 2022

by Stephanie Schupska 

The Marshall Scholarship—designed to strengthen the enduring relationship between the British and American peoples, their governments and their institutions—funds graduate study in the United Kingdom at any institution and in any field of study. This year, 40 students were named Marshall Scholars.

Moss, majoring in anthropology and geology with a minor in biology, is a students in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences and the Morehead Honors College, and has received funding for research through UGA’s Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities.

Moss plans to pursue two one-year master’s degrees through the Marshall Scholarship. The first will be in human osteology and funerary archaeology at the University of Sheffield. The second will be in biological anthropological science at the University of Cambridge. Her goal is to study the human skeleton in depth to increase her understanding of biological anthropology in prehistory and the modern world.

Read the full article: UGA TODAY


Photo Caption: Natalie Moss, left, photographs an ancient tooth before drilling a sample of the enamel and collecting the tooth root for stable isotope analysis. She is conducting her research with Suzanne Pilaar Birch, associate professor of anthropology and geography. (Photo by Stephanie Schupska)

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