- ALUMNI NEWS and ALUMNI SURVEY
- Anthropology major Sage Carson participated in Lady Gaga's Oscar performance against domestic violence -Sage Carson,
a junior Anthropology and Women and Gender Studies major with a concentration in Domestic Violence Prevention and Services,
has devoted herself to
advancing the cause of preventing sexual violence against women and of supporting survivors. She has strategically pursued her commitment in diverse venues for greatest impact.
As a member of the Faculty Senate Commission for Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention, mandated to address a wide range of issues surrounding sexual assault and harassment on the University of Delaware campus, Ms. Carson helped to improve the University’s sexual misconduct policy in 2015, and is now assisting in developing recommendations for Undergraduate Education, with a focus on New Student Orientations and 1743 Welcome Days.
- Michelle Church is a rising senior in Anthropology and has received a U.S. State Department Critical Language Training Scholarship to study Arabic. Read the UDaily article.
- May 5, 2012- Anthropology students successfully defend their Senior Theses: Jennifer Gallo Hanging out and Hooking up: Ambiguity in Interpersonal Relations in Contemporary Campus Culture; Amanda Goebel No Stubborn Stays Her Yielding Shape Embrace - American and British Women's Waistcoats, 1700-1790; Madeleine Wright Curbing the Mayhem in Rio de Janeiro's Sensations; The Phenomenon of Pacified Favelas; Cody Prang Locomotor Diversity and Midfoot Mobility in Gorillas.
- Elanor Sonderman wins the 2012 Mae Carter Scholarship from UD's Women's Affairs. She was nominated by Dr. Margaret Stetz.
- Anthropology/Psychology major, Taina Oquendo, spends her 2010 summer interning at the White House. Read more about her experience.
- Undergraduate Research Summer Scholars presented their research on August 11, 2010. See the Symposium Program. The following students conducted research in the Anthropology Department: Alex Holmes, Alina Wolf, Kristin Symes, Hannah Candido, and Andrew Marchetta.
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