Congratulations to Matthew Swinney and Kayla Bird who tied for first place in the 18th annual Student Anthropology Conference, and to Olivia Ezell and Berenice Arroyo-Arellano (Cottey College) who tied for third, as well as Ashley Riley who took first in the graduate division.
By Lexi Amos, graduate student in applied anthropology at Missouri State University I am an applied anthropology graduate student and I am also the mother of an eleven-year-old son who receives special accommodations at school for a high functioning “disability”. …
Six undergraduate students at Missouri State University recently received recognition for their commitment to the university’s public affairs mission. Each student was awarded a Pepsi-Cola Public Affairs Scholarship in the amount of $1,250. The students were selected based on their involvement in public affairs activities and voluntary service both on and off campus.
May in International Doula Month, and we’re looking at how the position eases fears of parenthood for at-risk expectant mothers.
By Deseray Helton, graduate student at Missouri State University This past winter break I attended the archaeological fieldschool in Bluefields Jamaica hosted by Dr. Scott Worman and Dr. Bill Wedenoja. This fieldschool was part of the Bluefields Archaeology Project (BAP), …
So You Dig Up Dinosaur Bones, Right? The Jamaican Field School and Public Archaeology by Laura Bruns, graduate student in Applied Anthropology, Missouri State University This past winter (December 2014-January 2015), I participated in the archaeological field school in Bluefields, …
Dr. Scott Worman will give a presentation entitled “Chaco Canyon: Mystery, Enigma, or Conundrum?” Wednesday May 6, at 7:00 pm at the Center for Archaeological Research, 622 S. Kimbrough. The public is invited. This event is sponsored by the Ozarks Chapter of the Missouri Archaeological Society.
This Saturday Anthropology Club sponsors the annual (Cherokee) stickball match and “feast” from 2:00-6:00 pm at the Buckner-Wedenoja home. For more information and directions please see http://anthropology.missouristate.edu/Conference.htm
The 18th annual Student Anthropology Conference STAC is Friday April 24 from 2:30-6:30 pm in Strong Hall room 407. Eight MSU students and three students from Cottey College will present their original research. Everyone is invited! For more information please see http://anthropology.missouristate.edu/Conference.htm
The Applied Anthropology Graduate Student Association presents T-Shirt Travels, a film that explores the international journey of American donated goods to Africa, on Thursday, April 23, 6:00-9:00 pm in Glass Hall 101. A multi-disciplinary panel and question and answer session will follow the film.