The Anthropology Award recognizes excellence in anthropological research for senior Anthropology majors and minors. It will be presented at the Tropaia Exercises during graduation weekend.
Students interested in this honor should submit a paper of original anthropological research along with their transcript. The paper can be one that they have written for a class, or on their own. Papers and transcripts are due in early April. If you have any questions, please contact Professor Sylvia Onder, Director of Undergraduate Studies, at email@example.com.
Papers and transcripts should be delivered to the Department of Anthropology's Administrator in Car Barn 308 or submitted electronically.
2015: Citlalli Alvarez - UNDACAMENTED: Immigrant Youth Identity and Earning Citizenship In America
2014: Michael Deneen - Always Our Children: An Anthropological View of Homosexuality and the Catholic Tradition
2013: Anne Duckles - International Humanitarian Aid: What We Do, Why, and Why We Shouldn't
2012: Marley Brown - Cricket and Contested Heritage in Bermuda
2011: Misato Egawa - Living Anime: Youth Identity and Fantasy in Metropolitan DC
Kevin Mercer- Food as a strategy for constructing a trans-national French community and cultural identity
2010: Molly LeBlanc-Medeiros
2009: Jessika Angulo-Duarte
2008: Laura Thompson
2007: Tanya Olmos
2006: Brittany Paselk