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Kathryn Reese-Taylor Collaborator on Recently Awarded NSF Grant

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Congratulations to our colleague Kathryn Reese-Taylor, who is on the team of a recently awarded NSF grant for archaeological work conducted in Mexico. The grant "Ancient Maya Land, Forest, and Water Management and the Rise of the Early Urban Center of Yaxnohcah, Mexico" has been awarded to Dr. Nicholas Dunning (P.I.), Department of Geography, University of Cincinnati. The co-PIs are Dr. David L. Lentz, Department of Biological Sciences and Executive Director, UC Center for Field Studies, and Dr. Vernon L. Scarborough, Department of Anthropology, University of Cincinnati. Kathryn is the Director of the Yaxnohcah Archaeological Project and a collaborator on the grant.