Congratulations to Britni Moore for receiving two prestigious fellowships for work on her dissertation: Police Recruits and the Discursive Construction of Rape in Sexual Assault Training.  

Britni has received the Harry F. Guggenheim Emerging Scholars fellowship, which awards $25,000 to promising researchers in their final year of writing a doctoral dissertation examining a salient aspect of violence. She is the first linguist/linguistic anthropologist to be awarded this honor. 

She has also received the Gender and Women's Studies Marianne A. Ferber Graduate Scholarship, which awards $2,500 to a graduate student with the most outstanding dissertation proposal related to Gender and Women's Studies.

Congratulations to Britni for these amazing achievements! Congratulations also to Krystal Smalls, Britni's advisor on this project!