MPA and Applied Demography students receive 2015 Outstanding Graduate Student Research Scholarship
MPA and Applied Demography students receive 2015 Outstanding Graduate Student Research Scholarship

Daniel Large, MPA student and Matthew Martinez, a doctoral student in applied demography have been selected by the UTSA graduate school to receive a $1,000 spring 2015 Graduate Student Research Scholarship.  The Graduate School presented five awards of $1,000 each to recognize graduate students for achieving outstanding accomplishments in research made while enrolled at UTSA.  As a highly competitive scholarship, three awards are made to doctoral students and two awards are made to master’s students.  Awards are made to students who are judged to have made important contributions to their field of study.

On Feb. 9, Large was awarded the 2015 UTSA-CIESAS Research Fellowship for his original research proposal, Human Dimensions of Mexico’s Environmental Conservation Policy:  Assessing Anthropological and Psychological Factors in the Mexican ProArbol Payment for Ecosystem Services Program. The support of the fellowship will allow Large to conduct field work over the coming year in Guadalajara, Mexico in collaboration with faculty from CIESAS Occidente, a decentralized federal Mexican research organization with locations throughout Mexico.

Martinez is the recipient of the Graduate Student Professional Development Travel Award; the Presidential Dissertation Fellowship Award; and the Spring 2014 doctoral winner of the Ready, Set, Research Competition.

The College of Public Policy congratulates Daniel Large and Matthew Martinez on their achievements and contributions to research.

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