UCLA Graduate Student Camille Frazier receives 2015-16 Charles E. and Sue K. Young Graduate Student Award

CISA congratulates one of its graduate students, Camille Frazier, on receiving the 2015-16 Charles E. and Sue K. Young Graduate Student Award.

CISA congratulates one of its graduate students, Camille Frazier, on receiving the 2015-16 Charles E. and Sue K. Young Graduate Student Award. This prestigious annual award recognizes outstanding graduate students at UCLA for exemplary academic achievement, research, and service to the campus and the community. This year four fellowships of $10,000 each were awarded according to the selections of the College Deans. Camille, a PhD candidate in sociocultural anthropology, received the award for the social sciences.

Camille’s research examines the fresh fruit and vegetable supply chain linking peri-urban producers and urban consumers in Bangalore, India. She examines the class-based desires and anxieties surrounding shifting food ecologies and economies in the context of rapid urban and peri-urban development in South Asia. Her doctoral committee is chaired by Dr. Akhil Gupta and includes Drs. Sherry Ortner, Jessica Cattelino, Allison Carruth, and Tulasi Srinivas.

Published: Thursday, July 28, 2016

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