Elizabeth Reddy, anthropology graduate student, has received a grant from the American Institute of Physics to support her dissertation research on seismic science and public policy in Mexico City. With the institute’s funding, she will travel to the Niels Bohr Library and Archive in College Park, Maryland to study a collection of oral history interviews conducted with geophysicists in Mexico. Reddy is a fourth year graduate student with a master’s in social science from the University of Chicago, where she studied Mexican public policy. She has previously conducted research at Northwestern University's Institute for Healthcare Studies on the health care and self-care systems of kidney patients and their families.

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