Three anthropology majors win the undergraduate summer scholarship of 2019. The awards of $2500 each will support the students' research expenses and is generously underwritten by the Foundation for the Advancement of Anthropology and History. These are the first summer scholarships from the foundation offered by the department. Sarah Fineman's project is "Medical Worlds in Changing Chinese Landscapes," Carolyn Hirsch's project is "Methods of Care: Subversive Politics to Safe Abortion in Lima, Perú," and Rami Kablawi's project is "Politics and Place in Neoliberal Ramallah."