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Friday, September 25th - Climate Committee Virtual Coffee

Sept. 15, 2020

The climate committee (Sam Fladd, Matt Sponheimer, and Kathryn Goldfarb) would like to invite you all to join us for a "virtual coffee" on Friday, Sept 25 from 2-3 pm via Zoom. We hope it will be a chance for folks to check in with each other, introduce yourself if...

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Arthur Joyce Receives NSF Grant

Sept. 3, 2020

Professor Arthur Joyce has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation's CNH2: Dynamics of Integrated Socio-Environmental Systems program! Congratulations!

Jenny Washabaugh's art piece, "Perspective"

Jenny Washabaugh Wins 1st Place in CU A&S Art Competition

Sept. 2, 2020

Congratulations to Jenny Washabaugh, Ph.D. student in Bio Anth, for winning first place in the CU Boulder College of Arts & Sciences student art competition! Jenny's digital illustration, titled 'Perspective' (low-res version, below), will be featured on the cover of the annual print issue of A&S magazine, and on the...

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Anthropology Students Sawyer Gander, Kayleigh Cornell, Nicole Humphrey, Klara Smith, and Shanel Wu Win the Buffs Create Award

Aug. 27, 2020

Anthropology students Sawyer Gander, Kayleigh Cornell, Nicole Humphrey, Klara Smith, and Shanel Wu win the Buffs Create Award for their year-long project with Professor Kathryn Goldfarb’s Practicing Anthropology class. They created a website to showcase a semester-long research project on ozone pollution in the Front Range. These group members practiced...

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Alumni Andie Ang Receives the American Society of Primatologists Conversationalist Award

Aug. 27, 2020

Alumni Andie Ang received the American Society of Primatologist Conservationist Award in 2019. Check out this video of Andie talking about her conservation work in Singapore and Malaysia

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Matt Sponheimer Publishes 2 Articles in 1 PNAS Issue

Aug. 26, 2020

Congratulations to Professor Matt Sponheimer for publishing 2 articles in 1 PNAS issue! Isotopic evidence for the timing of the dietary shift toward C 4 foods in eastern African Paranthropus Dietary trends in herbivores from the Shungura Formation, southwestern Ethiopia

Olmec colossal head from San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán, Veracruz, Mexico

Sarah Kurnick's Ancient Cancel Cultures Article Featured in The Conversation

Aug. 20, 2020

Ancient cancel cultures: The defacement of statues in America replicates a tradition going back millennia Amid pleas for racial justice, protesters across the United States have mutilated hundreds of monuments. They have decapitated statues of Christopher Columbus , spray-painted graffiti on memorials to Robert E. Lee and mutilated tributes to...

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Alumni Jamie Forde Accepts Position at Edinburgh University

Aug. 10, 2020

Jamie Forde has accepted a Lecturer position, equivalent to a tenure-track Assistant Professor, in Art History at Edinburgh University, Scotland! Congratulations Jamie!

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Saturday, August 29, 2020 - TEDxMileHigh: RISE with Dr. Sarah Kurnick

July 29, 2020

TEDxMileHigh: RISE featuring our very own Dr. Sarah Kurnick. Ideas alone cannot change the world. They require a courageous community ready to listen carefully and do the work of translating ideas into action and change. They require us to see beyond the status quo and question what else is possible...

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Diana Wilson Named Social Science's Employee of the Month

July 28, 2020

Congratulations, Diana! Our very own Diana Wilson has been chosen by Dean David Brown as the staff employee of the month in the Social Sciences division. Thank you, Diana, we are truly grateful for all of your commitment and hard work!