Josh Snodgrass is on a roll.
The associate professor in anthropology, recently received the first-ever Michael A. Little Early Career Award of the Human Biology Association.
That follows on the heels of Snodgrass’ recognition last fall as a “faculty star,” having received the UO’s Fund for Faculty Excellence Award and the Williams Fellowship for Excellence in Undergraduate Education.
Snodgrass is a biological anthropologist who specializes in human evolutionary biology. His research focuses on human adaptation to environmental stressors such as cold stress, the influence of economic and cultural change on health, and the evolution of the human diet.
The Little award recognizes a scholar for significant contributions to the field of human biology and the promise of significant future contributions.