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Maureece Levin awarded post-doc position

Congratulations to Reece for being awarded a post-doc position at Stanford University, where she will continue to pursue her paleobotany research, starting in the fall!

GenEd Renaissance, Episode II: The Redesign Continues

Part two of the series on the redesign of the General Education curriculum is now available for students and the public to view here. For part one and more information on the GenEd Renaissance, please visit the General Education Renaissance website.

Jon Erlandson to appear in “First Peoples” on Oregon Public Broadcasting

Dr. Jon Erlandson will be appearing in “First Peoples,” the first part of a five-part series on current theories of the arrival of humans across the various continents, at 2am tonight. Click here to learn more.

Congratulations to the class of 2015!

2015 Commencement Information

We will have a combined Anthropology/Geography Commencement Program that will begin at 3 P.M., Monday, June 15, 2015 on the lawn east of Condon Hall. ◙ The ceremony will feature short speeches by the department heads and invited guest speakers, and presentation of awards and diploma covers. ◙ ...

Meagan Clark receives Food Studies Graduate Research Award

Congratulations to Meagan Clark who received a $300 Food Studies Graduate Research Award for her research in Palau this summer!

Jessica Stone wins Global Scholars award

Congratulations to Anthropology graduate student Jessica Stone for winning a Global Scholars Award for $1250!

Sandra Morgen wins Outstanding Career Award for Research Excellence

The Office of the Vice President for Research & Innovation announced the recipients of their Research Excellence Awards. Sandra Morgen, professor of Anthropology and former Vice Provost for Graduate Studies was recognized with the Outstanding Career Award for Research Excellence. The award is ...

Scott Fitzpatrick receives a 2015 Fund for Faculty Excellence Award

Congratulations to Dr. Scott M. Fitzpatrick for receiving a 2015 Fund for Faculty Excellence Award! The fund is designed to materially enhance the University’s strategic commitment to improve its overall academic quality and reputation by supporting, recognizing, and retaining world-class tenured ...

Anthropology major Taylor Dodrill receives scholarships

Congratulations to Anthropology undergraduate major Taylor Dodrill, for receiving the CAS Clarence and Lucille Dunbar Scholarship ($2000), a General University Scholarship ($2700), and a Global Oregon Scholarship ($500)!
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