Article by Oths, Smith, Stein, and Landivar published in AJHB

A new article out by Dr. Kathy Oths, Hannah Smith (UA Master’s student), Max Stein (UA Ph.D. student) and Rodrigo Lazo Landivar titled  “A Decade of Rapid Change: Biocultural Influences on Child Growth in Highland Peru” has been published in the American Journal of Human Biology  Click here to read: Oths Et Al 2017 Abstract Objectives: […]

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Wade Tidwell receives URCA Funding

Wade received funding from the College of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Creativity and Research Academy (UCRA) in the amount of $700 to attend and present his research entitled “Artifact Ubiquity as an Index of Ancient Maya Socioeconomic Variability at Actuncan, Belize” (SAA Conference in Washington D.C.) as well as for supplies related to his project. Congrats and good work, Wade! […]

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HBERG Students Receive URCA Funding

Julia Sponholtz has received $400 from the  College of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Creativity and Research Academy (UCRA) for her research project entitled “What Stinks in a “Stinky T-Shirt” Study?: Can Humans Smell Stress?” as well as attending and presenting at the Southeastern Evolution Perspectives Society (SEEPS) conference in Savannah, Georgia. Harold Acosta has received $525 from the […]

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New Volume by David Meek

A special issue on The Political Ecology of Education, coedited by David Meek and Teresa Lloro-Bidarth, has just been released by the Journal of Environmenal Education(Vol. 48, Issue 4, 2017). Meek’s and Lloro-Bidarth’s introduction to this work can be found at: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00958964.2017.1340054 and the link to the special issue occurs at: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/vjee20/current Congratulations David! […]

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Study by Jason DeCaro and Becky Read-Wahidi featured in Wall Street Journal

A study by Becky Read-Wahidi (UA Ph.D.) and Jason DeCaro recently published in Medical Anthropology Quarterly has just been featured in a column in the Wall Street Journal (see p. 2 on the linked article). The study concerns how devotion to the Virgin of Guadalupe buffers Mexican immigrants from the health effects of immigration-related stress. Congratulations Becky and Jason! […]

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