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Two OU Researchers Receive AAUW Fellowships

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Annabel Ipsen and Evelyn Cox.

Two OU Researchers Receive AAUW Fellowships


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May 24, 2024

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NORMAN, OKLA. – Annabel Ipsen, an assistant professor of sociology, and Evelyn Cox, a doctoral student in the School of Library and Information Studies and research project manager at OU’s Native Nations Center, have been awarded 2024-2025 American Fellowships from the American Association of University Women.

Ipsen received an American Postdoctoral Leave Fellowship to support research for a multi-sited book project on food system inequalities with cases in the United States, Mexico and Chile. She joined the faculty at OU in 2022 and teaches courses on research methods, social movements and introductory sociology.

Cox’s award will support her doctoral dissertation, which focuses on archival recordkeeping and knowledge structures in underrepresented populations. This work will specifically focus on the CHamoru, or Indigenous people of the Mariana Islands, in Guam.

“Guam is my home, but Oklahoma is my home away from home,” Cox said. “Being able to represent these communities through the AAUW has been such a blessing. This fellowship gives me the opportunity to complete the last year of my dissertation without financial burden.”

Learn more about the AAUW’s American Fellowships.

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