Andres G. Mejia-Ramon ('16) was recently awarded a fellowship by the Stamps Foundation to support his project Local Hydrology in Teotihuacan: A Study of Ancient Canals and Water Basins. Under the guidance of Professor Deborah L. Nichols, William J. Bryant Professor of Anthropology at Dartmouth College and in collaboration with Professors David Carballo (Boston University) and Luis Barba Pingarron (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico) Andres will research hydraulic features at the ancient city of Teotihuacan, Mexico.
With permission of the Instituto Nacional de Antropolgia e Historia, Mexico, Proyecto Altica is supported by grants from the National Geographic Society (Stoner, PI), the National Science Foundation (1424132-Nichols, PI, NSF No. 424184-Stoner, PI), the Claire Garber Goodman Fund at Dartmouth and Rockefeller Center for the Social Sciences (Nichols,PI). Photo Credit: Wes Stoner.