Student News Archive
Unveiling Party for The SOCiety’s Little Free Library The SOCiety, aka the sociology club, will be unveiling their Little Free Library on Thursday, April 6th. Join them for the opportunity to exchange books, find new literature to read, as well as see Marshall University’s first outdoor library structure. Refreshments will also be available for purchase.
Event Flyer: Junious Brickhouse (PDF) Thursday, March 2, 6-7:30 pm. MSC BE5 JUNIOUS “HOUSE” BRICKHOUSE IS AN INTERNATIONALLY ESTABLISHED EDUCATOR, CHOREOGRAPHER AND CULTURAL PRESERVATIONIST with over 30 years of experience in Urban Dance Culture. As the Founding Executive Director of Urban Artistry Inc., Junious has inspired and created a movement of artists dedicated to the authentic
NaloxoneTraining_Flyer The SOCiety, Marshall’s Student Sociology Association, is hosting a Naloxone Training (an opioid overdose reversal treatment) by the Cabell-Huntington Harm Reduction Program. The event, held on Monday, March 13th at 7:00pm in BE5, is free and open to students, faculty, staff, and the general public. Participants will learn about opioid overdose signs and symptoms
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Marshall University Archaeological Fieldschool, 2017
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology sponsored Works in Progress Series continues. We’re now in our third year! Next week we’ll be meeting on Friday, October 14th at 1 PM in Drinko Library, Room 402. We have the same room and time slot all semester for all sessions of the series. Each session will have 1-2
Throughout that busy semester, Heidi Dennison, Jake Farley, Samantha Harvey, Alexis Kastigar, Hannah Smith, and Jocelyn Taylor had an in-depth, “behind the scenes” experience learning how to host an academic conference. In addition to conference planning, five students organized their own paper session and presented their individual research projects. The sixth student created a multi-media
The Marshall University Archaeological Field School returns this summer! Archaeology, the science of reconstructing and understanding past and present cultures from their material remains, is taught in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Marshall University, in the classroom, in the laboratory, and also in the field. Hands-on instruction is strongly encouraged. The department provides the opportunity for students to learn the
What to see examples of what anthropologists are up to in their everyday work? Looking for an anthropologist near you? Check out the “This is Anthropology” website from the American Anthropological Association.
New York Times – Saturday, February 15, 2014 – Natasha Singer Genevieve Bell, as a cultural anthropologist at Intel Labs, runs a team of about 100 researchers. The team studies how consumers interact with electronics and develops new technology experiences for them. Speaking about the value of an anthropological approach, Diane Bryant, General Manager of