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The Forensic Sciences Foundation (FSF) is pleased to announce the recipient of the FSF Henry C. Lee Scholarship! Gabriele Kruger (Anthropology) of Pretoria, South Africa, was selected based on her abstract submission entitled, Postcraniometric Assessment of Sexual Dimorphism Among Modern South Africans. Ms. Kruger’s paper is scheduled for oral presentation on Thursday, February 19, during the Anthropology Section’s Scientific Session at the annual meeting in Orlando. The Henry C. Lee Scholarship will assist Ms. Kruger in defraying her travel expenses, up to $1,000, to attend and present at the annual meeting. As part of this honor, Ms. Kruger will also receive a complimentary meeting registration and a plaque on behalf of the FSF Board of Trustees. The Henry C. Lee Scholarship Selection Committee was comprised of Robert Barsley, Chair, Paula Brumit, Joanna Collins, and Anjali Ranadive, all of whom serve on the FSF Board of Trustees. Congratulations, Ms. Kruger!