Society & Environment blog

  • 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 […]

  • How to Do Almost Anything with your Anthropology Degree Article

    December 12, 2012

    The attached article notes the important skills which anthropology graduates can offer the workplace, including critical thinking, writing and research, rich cultural awareness and sensitivity. The article offers tips and strategies for social science students entering the work place, and a number of networking sites for anthropologists.  http://www.onlinecollegecourses.com/2012/11/30/do-almost-anything-with-your-anth-degree/

  • Happy Holidays from the Department of Society & Environment

    The faculty of the Society & Environment Department want to wish all prospective, current, and former (alumni) students a laughter and fun-filled  holiday season! (pictured left to right: Anton Daughters, Muhammed Asadi, Amber Johnson, and Paul Sturgis. Not pictured: Elaine McDuff on sabbitical leave in Capetown, South Africa)

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