For the second time this year, a Brigham Young University graduate student in ethnobotany has been awarded a three-year National Science Foundation fellowship.

Janice Jutila of Fortuna, Calif., won a $22,400 fellowship. In April, Lisa O'Rourke received a similar fellowship.Ethnobotany is the study of tribal peoples and their plant-based healing. Jutila is studying traditional healers in Okinawa and Tokyo, O'Rourke in Tonga.