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".
Dr. Marie Danforth was awarded the Eve Cockburn Mentorship Award for 2014. The Paleopathology Association presents the Mentorship award to a senior member who serves as an inspiration as a teacher, an advisor, or a counselor, and who consistently provides support, guidance, and
strong direction to undergraduate and graduate students and has had a significant impact on the development of the careers of students and
junior colleagues, encouraging them in the field of paleopathology.
Congratulations to Dr. Ed Jackson for receiving the 2014 Arts and Letters Research Award.
Congratulations to our summer 2014 graduates!
Congratulations to our undergraduate and graduate award winners!
See the list of awardees (pdf)
Check out the Anthropology Newsletter! (pdf)