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CURE Deadlines extended

2020 Spring Term CURE Deadlines Update

CURE Upcoming Deadlines

Upcoming application deadlines for CURE awards: Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship ($4000), First-Year Research Engagement Award ($4000 + $1000 for faculty mentor), Conference Travel Awards. Visit for more information

New Directions in the search for the First Americas

Please mark your calendars: All MNCH staff members are invited to a special talk by San Diego State University archaeologist (and UO PhD, 2007) Todd Braje. The talk is set for Monday, March 16 at 4:00 p.m. in our Galleria.

Oregon Coast Archaeological Field School

Lamia Karim; Labor Research Colloquium

Spring 2020 Lecture Series: Tuesday March 3rd, 2020 4:00-5:00 pm EMU Memorial Union, Miller Room The Arc of Change: Inter-generational Changes Among Garment Workers in Bangladesh

CURE Funding for Undergraduate Research and Funding

Get CUREious funding for Research! SURF applications deadline 3/18 Summer undergraduate research fellowship, $4000 for a student, 8 week summer research FYRE applications deadline 4/3 First year research engagement, $400 for student, $1000 for faculty mentor, 8-10 weeks summer research Conference ...

Kylen Gartland – Anthropology Colloquium

Please join us Monday March 9th at 12pm in Condon 204 for the final AAGS colloquium of the new year with Kylen Gartland, University of Oregon. SPEAKER: Kylen Gartland, University of Oregon TALK TITLE: Graduate Student Current Research DATE/TIME/PLACE: Monday March 9th, at 12pm in Condon Hall 204 ...

2020 Governor’s State Employee Food Drive for Lane County

Department of Anthropology is joining the Governor’s State Employee Food Drive for Lane County held Feb 3, to Feb 29, 2020. There are many ways you can help! Donate directly:  We want to meet the Governor’s challenge of raising $144.00. ...

Archaeology Lunch Talk- Dr. Maureece Levin

When: Monday, February 17, 2020 at 12 Noon Where: Condon 204 What: Settlement, Subsistence, and Marginality in Micronesia: A Multiproxy Investigation of Pingelap Atoll Who: Dr. Maureece “Reecie” Levin   Pingelap Atoll, located in the western Pacific Ocean, has been inhabited by Micronesians ...

CURE Funding for Undergraduate Research and Funding

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