Recognizing Kate Browne: “What lights you up?”

“What lights you up?”  Retiring CSU Anthropology Professor Kate Browne Leaves a Legacy of Energy and Delight   Joshua Zaffos   Following a 27-year career as an anthropologist and university professor at Colorado State University, Kate Browne recognizes the importance of finding one’s professional spark. “I have always said to students that when you encounter something you […]

Graduate student reflections on AAA sessions

The American Anthropological Association held their 114th Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado on November 18-22, 2015. These large conferences are often difficult for students to participate due to travel and registration expenses; however, with the proximity of the conference to CSU and financial help from Associated Students of Colorado State University (ASCSU), two Department of Anthropology graduate students, Haley Davies and […]

Dr. Galvin member of Global Climate Change Task Force

The final report of the American Anthropological Association’s Global Climate Change Task Force concluded that human decisions, actions, and cultural behaviors are now the most important causes of the rapidly changing climate. “We’re not going to solve our environmental problems until we incorporate the social sciences, because it starts with people,” said Dr. Kathleen Galvin, […]