Society & Environment blog

  • Students & Faculty participate in online seminar “Is the Human Mind Unique?”

    March 8, 2013

    Alumna Hannah Hemmelgarn sent an advertisement for a public seminar hosted at UC San Diego by the Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny (origins of humanity) focused on properties of the human mind. 10-15 students and faculty watched together on Friday, February 15. The CARTA website will eventually have videos of each speaker […]

  • Sociology Major Takes Part in Study Abroad Program in Ghana

    February 1, 2013

    Danielle Clemons is a Sociology major and McNair scholar who will graduate in May 2013.  She is currently spending a semester doing study abroad in Ghana as part of the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP).  As part of the program, Danielle travels to places like Cape Coast to see the slave castle and walk on […]

  • Dr. McDuff’s Sabbatical Research

    January 24, 2013

    Since 2000, two to three million of Zimbabwe’s 12 million people have experienced “crisis-driven” migration (primarily to South Africa and the UK), because of political repression, state-sponsored violence, and economic collapse. Under colonial rule, large numbers of Zimbabwean men migrated from farms to cities and to the mines of South Africa to work, but the […]

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