Student Research in Anthropology

Real Research... Real Opportunity...

 

Students in the Anthropology program at Western State Colorado University are encouraged (in many courses required) to develop their own creative and relevant research projects in which they are responsible for design, implementation, and publication or presentation of their results. In carrying out their own projects, anthropology students at Western State Colorado University get a jump on research opportunities that are usually only available to graduate students at larger institutions. Many of the projects listed below illustrate the commitment of Western's Anthropology program to undergraduate research.

  

The Funky Report                                                                                                                                                                         

by Greg Meldrum

Paper Presented at the

9th Biennial Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference

Gunnison, Colorado October 2009

What's for Dinner?                                                                                                                            

by Darci Dobson

Poster Presented at Celebrating Scholarship

Western State Colorado University December 2008

Infant Feeding Practices and Beliefs: Mali, Brazil, an​d the U.S.                                                                                          

by Megan Jamison

Paper Presented at the

9th Biennial Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference

Gunnison, Colorado October 2009