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Youth Circulations is showcasing Tobin Hansen’s work on Dr. Dre and Deportation

Youth Circulations is showcasing Tobin Hansen’s work on Dr. Dre and Deportation; Ernesto Castañeda’s reflections on DACA as a political (and not legal) issue; the YC editors’ response to the death of Jakelin Amei Rosemary Caal Maquin in CBP custody, and our Medium.com interview on ...

Undergraduate Mariah Bloom featured in the Oregon Quarterly

Undergraduate Mariah Bloom was featured in the Autumn 2018 issue of the Oregon Quarterly for her research on Dating Apps. You can view the full issue here: https://issuu.com/uomarketingcommunications/docs/_oq_fall_2018_final_single_pages_ka . Her feature is on page 17, section #5.

Beau Dinapoli awarded an NSF dissertation research grant

Beau Dinapoli has been awarded an NSF dissertation research grant in the amount of $24,923 for his project titled “Investigating the Origins of Monumental Architecture on Rapa Nui (Easter Island)”.

Matt Napolitano receives Wenner-Gren Dissertation Fieldwork Grant

Matt Napolitano received a Wenner-Gren Dissertation Fieldwork Grant for $19,935 for his project “Colonization on the Island of Stone Money: Archaeological Investigations on Yap, Western Micronesia”.

Penn Welcomes Full-time Lecturer Dr. Rupa Pillai

Read more about Dr. Pillai..

Undergraduate Mathieu Wilson Discusses His Research

Mat Wilson is a Senior in the Anthropology department concentrating in both biological anthropology and Archaeology. Mat has been awarded the 25 Ducks Award, the Nontraditional Student Award, the 2017 PACURH Student of the Year Award, and he is a McNair Scholar. “I’m currently ...

Grad student Matt Napolitano published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

A paper co-authored by graduate student Matt Napolitano, entitled “Early metal use and crematory practices in the American Southeast,” was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Click here to read the article. Congratulations, Matt!

Grad student Chelle Haynes wins prize at American Bar Association Endangered Species Act Writing Competition

Graduate student Chelle Haynes won 3rd place and a $500 prize for her paper “Creative Use of the Endangered Species Act to Aid in Cultural Resource Protection” in this year’s American Bar Association Endangered Species Act Writing Competition. Her research focused on how an ...

Grad student Josh Schrock awarded ICDS Dissertation Research Award

Graduate student Josh Schrock was awarded the Institute of Cognitive and Decision Sciences Dissertation Award. These $5000 summer grants provide support to doctoral students from UO schools/departments associated with ICDS who have advanced to candidacy and are working on a dissertation that ...

Graduating senior Samantha McGee awarded Best Undergraduate Paper of the Year Award

Anthropology undergraduate senior Samantha McGee was awarded the Undergraduate Paper of the Year Award for her paper entitled, “Portrayals of Power: The Local Identity of Three Cypriot Sarcophagi from the Fifth Century BCE.” Congratulations! The Honorable Mention Undergraduate Paper of ...
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