Disasters hit the most vulnerable hardest

CSU undergraduate student Alexiss Thomas’ op-ed piece for Professor Browne’s Public Anthropology course was published in The Greeley Tribune. As appearing in The Tribune | March 12, 2018 by Alexiss Thomas Experiencing a disaster could negatively impact anyone; however, some populations are more at risk for these negative outcomes because of their history of past trauma and past […]

Amanda Jones Scholarship Makes International Field Experience a Reality

As appearing in the CLA Magazine | 04.27.16   by Katie Horton   Kellyn Davis is a senior Anthropology and Biomedical Sciences double major as well as Anthropology Club’s financial officer and volunteer coordinator for the Honors Student Association.   Last summer, Kellyn traveled to Kenya to attend a six-week paleontology field school located in the Koobi Fora […]

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 […]