ANT 321 - Immigration and Transnationalism
SOC 405/505- Nonprofits and Social Change
ANT 433/533 - Prehistory of Southeastern Indians
SOC 421 - Topics: The Sociology of Popular Culture
ANT 445/545 - Bioarchaeology
ANT 321 - Immigration and Transnationalism
SOC 405/505- Nonprofits and Social Change
ANT 433/533 - Prehistory of Southeastern Indians
SOC 421 - Topics: The Sociology of Popular Culture
ANT 445/545 - Bioarchaeology

Important Dates

Monday, January 12, 2015

Spring Classes begin, including first half-semester (8W1) classes
Add/drop and late registration begin (A $50 late registration fee assessed)

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Last day to drop full-semester classes and receive 100% financial credit
Last day to add/drop full-term classes without instructor permission

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Grade of W issued for courses dropped starting this date

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Last day to withdraw from the University and receive a grade of W
(After this date students will earn a letter grade for all enrolled courses)

Friday, May 1, 2015

Last day of full term and second half-semester (8W2) classes

 

 

Department News

Congratulations to all our anthropology and sociology students that graduated December 12, 2014!

Check out the Anthropology Newsletter! (pdf)

New publication by Dr. Julie Reid and Dr. Amy Miller: “‘We understand better because we have been mothers': teaching, maternalism, and gender equality in Bolivian education” in Gender and Education, Volume 26, Issue 6, 2014.

Amanda Harvey, Anthropology MA ’11, currently pursuing her PhD in Anthropology at the University of Nevada Reno, was recently awarded an honorable mention for a poster presented at the second annual Western Bioarchaeological Group conference in Las Vegas, NV.  The poster, Spanish, Maya, or Both, was co-authored with Dr. Marie Danforth.

Read the article in the Student Printz about Dr. Danforth's talk on "Oetzi, the Iceman".

Alumni Spotlight

LIFE AFTER USM

Tyler Cargill

Tyler Cargill, '12 BA Anthropology alum, earned his master's degree from the University of Exeter in Great Britain, and currently is working in the Repatriation Office of the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC.  There he is collaborating on a project that looks at healing patterns in traumatic injuries to the skeleton comparing humans and great apes.  See how his experience at USM helped prepare him for his job at the Smithsonian!