Wednesday Apr 17th, 2013 - Wednesday Apr 17th, 2013
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM - Whitsett Room, Sierra Hall 451
This all day event features papers presented by Anthropology students, a discussion with Anthropology alumni and affiliated scholars, and this yearÃ¢€™s keynote address, presented by Dr. David Cleveland of UC Santa Barbara.
Our student panels include many of our award winning students, including:
- Hugh Radde, recipient of the new CSUN Graduate Fellowship for Research and Creative Activity
- Victoria Weaver, recipient of an International Society of Primatology Research Award
- Krisha Pruhs, recipient of a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
- Mario Borrero, Sandra Mermelstein, Ann Stansell, Kevin Zemlicka, and Rhea Mac, all recipients of CSUN graduate research support and Anthropology department travel funds.
The keynote speaker, Dr. David Cleveland, is an Anthropologist with an appointment in UCSBs ground-breaking Department of Environmental Studies. His areas of interest include small scale farming (in Mexico and Southern California) and adaptation to climate change. He has been instrumental in bringing local, sustainable "fast" food to UCSB campus food facilities. He will speak on "Anthropology in the Anthropocene" at 4pm in the Whitsett Room.
Name: Dr. Cathy Costin
Department of Anthropology