Humboldt State Hosts Second Annual Anthropology Symposium
Mar 27, 2014
The Department of Anthropology will host the 2nd Annual Anthropology Symposium April 3 from 6 to 9 p.m. in BSS 162.
The annual conference provides a friendly forum for undergraduates to present their work and engage with fellow researchers. This year’s symposium will highlight undergraduate applied research from the four subfields of anthropology. Research topics include:
- 3-D virtual Curation and Preservation
- Transition Experienced by American Widows
- Using Fecal Steroid Monitoring to Measure Stress in Captive White-Handed Gibbons at the Sequoia Park Zoo
- A Comparative Analysis of the Dialects of Mayan Language
- Warfare Practices in the Southwestern United States
- Historic Bottle Seriation for Northern California
- Geospatial Analysis of Ancient Causeways in Northwestern Belize
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (650) 269-3214.