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Graduate students presented with Prof. Robert Jeske at SAA Annual Meeting

Graduate student Katherine Sterner-Miller was senior author on the paper with fellow student Robert Ahlrichs and Prof. Robert Jeske. The paper was presented in an Experimental Archaeology session at the SAA Annual Meeting.

Bill Balco accepts tenure-track position

Bill Balco (PhD 2012), accepted a tenure-track assistant professor position in the Department of History, Anthropology, and Philosophy at the University of North Georgia.

Anthropological Association Takes a Stand in Native American Mascot Debate

Professor Perley‘s efforts to get the American Anthropological Association to make a public statement condemning the use of American Indian imagery and names as mascots has been fulfilled.

UWM organized panel at the SfAA conference in Pittsburgh, PA

A big thanks to Lindsay Barone for putting it together. Lindsay, Liam Murphy, and Jamie Henry all deserve a big congrats for their excellent presentations! See the Conference Program.

Alexandra Frankel awarded Arit Summer Fellowship

Alexandra Frankel, a Master’s student in Anthropology, has been awarded an Arit Summer Fellowship for Intensive Advanced Language Study at Boğaziçi University, Istandbul, Turkey

2015 Anthropology Student Union Student Colloquium: Report

The 2015 Anthropology Student Union Student Colloquium was held in Sabin Hall on Saturday, March 14. This year’s theme was “Transformations in Time: Change as a Constant.”

Graduate student Kevin Garstki is first author on paper published in the Journal of Archaeological Science

Graduate student Kevin Garstki, along with Bettina Arnold and Matthew Murray, publishes article in the Journal of Archaeological Science.

Graduate Ramona Tenorio offered tenure-track job

Recent PhD graduate Ramona Tenorio has been offered a tenure-track job at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Bernard Perley co-authors op-ed piece on mascots

Bernard Perley was a co-author of an AAA op-ed piece condemning the use of American Indian mascots by professional sports organizations.

Bernard Perley presents to USCIS

Bernard Perley presented his artwork and anthropology research to the Office of Homeland Security/Citizenship and Immigrations Services Field Office in Milwaukee (USCIS).