Graduating Students, Alicia Lawson and Alina Prahl, recipients of the UW-Madison Leadership Certfiicate
Professor Hawks Receives Van Hise Outreach Teaching Award
“Hawks seeks to instill in students an interest in lifelong learning and intellectual curiosity.”
In support of Asian, Pacific Island, and Desi Communities
Dear Members of our Anthropology Community, My heart aches in the wake of another horrific mass shooting, and I am mad, so mad. I am struggling to find the words that would express this anger, …
Fall 2020 Graduate Assistants’ Equity Workshops, (GAEW)
NEW TEACHING ASSISTANTS, PROGRAM/PROJECT ASSISTANTS AND RESEARCH ASSISTANTS I write to inform you about the professional development sessions for Teaching Assistants (TAs), Program/Project Assistants (PAs), and Research Assistants (RAs), focusing on diversity, discrimination and harassment …
Kevin Wamalwa named a Mellon Public Humanities Fellow at the UW-Madison Center for the Humanities
For the 2020-2019 academic year, Kevin Wamalwa has been named one of five Mellon Public Humanities Fellows at the UW-Madison Center for the Humanities. The Mellon Public Humanities Fellows are part of Engaging the Humanities, a multi-year project …
Katherine Bowie’s AAS Leadership Coming to a Close
Karen Strier featured in National Geographic Brasil
Karen Strier featured in National Geographic Brasil for her conservation efforts. Click on the link to access the article and see gorgeous photographs of the muruqui monkeys.
Story about ancient poop and Cahokia one of 2019’s most memorable research stories
Congratulations to Professor Anatoly Khazanov
Anatoly Khazanov has been awarded the Edward Allworth Lifetime Service to the Profession Award from the Central Eurasian Studies Society.