2016-2018 Prevent and prepare society for extreme fire events: the challenge of seeing the forest and not just the trees (FIREXT). Portuguese Science Foundation (FCT). Partner Investigator. Project total: 199,955€.
2016 Travel Assistance, International. Office of the Vice President for Research, University of Georgia. Awarded $1600 for Landscape Archaeology conference in Uppsala, Sweden.
2015 Travel Assistance. Paleofire working group. Workshop on Paleofire: Data-Model Comparisons for the Past Millennium. Harvard Forest, Massachusetts.
2015 Travel Assistance, International. The Royal Society. The interaction of fire and mankind. Chicheley Hall, Buckinghamshire, UK.
2014 Travel Assistance Grant. Office of the Vice President for Research, University of Georgia. Awarded $1500.
2014 Multiproxy investigation of human-climate disturbance interaction in a high altitude catchment using coupled bio-geological archives. Les Observatoires Hommes-Milieux Pyrenees (OHM), Awarded 3000€.
2014 Train2Move, Research Mobility Fellowship, Università degli Studi di Torino. SAFire: Spatiotemporal Analysis of historical Fire spread and disturbance severity in the southern Alps using dendroecological and cadastral archives. Reserve List.
2010-2013, Socio-Ecological Dynamics of Pastoral Fire in the French Pyrenees. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Star Fellowship, Awarded $110,000.
2012-2013 University of Georgia, Graduate School Dissertation Completion Award (tuition & stipend).
2012 Travel, Research, and Educational Experience (TREE) grant, The Association for Fire Ecology, Awarded $800.
2010-2011, Dendrochronological Investigation of Agropastoral Fire in the French Pyrenees. Research Grant, Les Observatoires Hommes-Milieux Pyrenees (OHM), Awarded 2600€.
2007-2010 Assistantship, Department of Anthropology, University of Georgia (tuition & stipend).
Scholarship recipient, Quaternary Ecosystem Science Training International Group, Workshop on Paleofire, August 2009, Arc-et-Senans, France.
Funding recipient, AIMES Young Scholar’s Network Interdisciplinary Workshop, “Cultural Uses and Impacts of Landscape Fires: Past, Present and Future,” July 2008, NCAR, Boulder, Co.