During commencement on May 5, 2019, The Department of Anthropology was proud to see 49 of our students graduate from both undergraduate (MA and MS) and doctoral degrees. We would like to take a moment to recognize their hard work and dedication.
The Department of Anthropology recently changed the course Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANTHROP 2202), which has been taught for almost as long as the department has been around, by no longer requiring a traditional experience of buying a textbook or taking exams.
One of the most important aspects of conducting research is sharing the results. Academic conferences are an ideal place to present these finds.
One of the best parts of anthropology is participating in different cultural traditions. Dr. (or should we say King?) Aaron Comstock, pictured here, participates in a King Cake tradition.