Student News

UWM interns, alums help public museum bring weapons exhibit to life

UWM Anthropology graduate student Lauren Kiesewetter and Anthropology major Armando Manresa, along with other UWM students help the Milwaukee Public Museum bring a new weapons exhibit to life.
“Weapons: Beyond the Blade” runs until Jan 1st at the Milwaukee Public Museum.

Dr. Patricia Richards and UWM-CRM featured on recent Milwaukee PBS program

The program summarizes the recovery of human remains associated with the unmarked, abandoned Second Ward Cemetery, also known as the Gruenhagen Cemetery or German Protestant Cemetery. The work was done as a result of the expansion associated with Guest House of Milwaukee, a non-profit shelter for homeless men.

UWM Anthropology faculty and students collaborate on an international publication

Tracey Heatherington co-edited a forum on “Anthropologists Witnessing and Reshaping the Neoliberal Academy” published in volume 5(1) of ANUAC, the journal of the national association of Italian cultural anthropologists.

MS student Alexandra Frankel accepts position in the American Anthropological Association publications office

Alexandra Frankel, a Spring 2017 cultural anthropology MS graduate, joined the American Anthropological Association in December 2016 as an editorial assistant.

Tarryl Janik receives the 2017 Ruggiero Field Research Award

Tarryl Janik received the 2017 Ruggiero Field Research Award to study the place of the jaguar in mean-making and the politics of survival and autonomy in Paramakatoi, Guyana.

MS student Amy Klemmer receives Tinker Award for research in Latin America

Amy Klemmer, will use the award to study past human responses to climate change in Ecuador during the summer of 2017.

Cheri Lynn Price, PhD student, awarded FLAS fellowship to study Mixtec language

Cheri Lynn Price, archaeology PhD student working with Jason Sherman, has been awarded one of the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies’ Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships.

PhD candidate Susan Hill’s book, Alternative Tourism in Budapest: Class, Culture, and Identity in a Postsocialist City, has been published

Susan Hill’s book, Alternative Tourism in Budapest: Class, Culture, and Identity in a Postsocialist City, has been published this month with Lexington Books, an imprint of Rowman and Littlefield.

UWM Archaeological Field School: May 30-July 8, 2017

The UWM Archaeological Field School will return to the Crescent Bay Hunt Club for our 10th excavation season, and
to Koshkonong Creek Village for our 5th year of excavation. In addition to our excavations, we will conduct survey at several nearby sites along the northwest shore of Lake Koshkonong.

Study Abroad: Peru Past & Present – Summer 2017

Application Deadline: March 1, 2017
For more information see …. Center for International Education’s Study Abroad Brochure