Bones and More
Anthropology students gathered in the Rondileau Campus Center for the department’s 8th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium to share some of their scholarly work.
As usual, the student presentations covered a wide variety of topics. This year was no different. Trains, bones, a Patriot’s Place bar, Cambodia, digging an ancient hearth, and Australian Aborigine art were the subjects presented.
“Anthropology can take you around the world or deep into your own culture, and this was certainly the case for the presentations last night,” said Dr. Ellen Ingmanson, associate professor of anthropology.
This year’s student presenters were: Rachel Silvia, Tinisha Mitchell, Luke Waterman, Michaela Santos, Alison Farah and Mary Owens. (Story and photo submitted)
Recipients of the Horner Award were also honored. They were Cory Fournier, Alexandra Mazeiko, Ms. Mitchell and Jillian Smith.
Graduating anthropology majors were also recognized at the event.