Wreckage located in Tennessee River may be the U.S.S. Chattanooga
Morgan Smith wasn’t sure he’d find what he was seeking. Heck, he didn’t even know if it was there at all. He thinks he found it on the first try.
Anthropology Research Seminar Students Study How the Pandemic Has Reshaped UTC Student Social Lives
When it came to sitting down with friends for lunch or dinner, just as it did in the world at large, COVID-19 set a new set of rules in dining halls and restaurants at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Anthropology Professor's Research on How We Should Look At The “Superfoods” We Eat
Emma McDonell is a visiting professor at UTC and the co-editor of "Critical Approaches to Superfoods."
Anthropology Alumni speak about the values of their degrees in virtual panel
Four alumni with very different career paths spoke about their professional experiences and how the skills they gained as anthropology majors served them in their roles.
Outstanding B.S. in Anthropology student graduates with her granddaughter
Pat Ormond thought it was a silly idea to go back to college when she was in her 70s. She had spent most of her adult life working in accounting while raising her kids and her grandkids. She was retired. It was time to take it easy. What good would going back to college do? Why would she want to do it in the first place?
Fall 2020 Archaeological Field Methods, Chickamauga Battlefield, Georgia
Every Friday throughout the fall and winter, the edge of Brotherton Field at Chickamauga Battlefield will be alight with the process of historical and anthropological discovery.
Professor McDonell finalist for Rappaport Prize in Environmental Anthropology
Professor Emma McDonell was selected as a finalist for the Roy A. Rappaport Prize in Environmental Anthropology for her research on the politics of contamination in the quinoa bust.
Anthropology Seniors to Spend the Summer Working for the Southeast Conservation Corps
McKenzie McCurdy and George Nguyen, two Anthropology-focused seniors, recently received paid internships with the Southeast Conservation Corps and will be working as archaeological technicians on a crew that will be conducting section 106 compliance work at Gulf Islands National Seashore, a unit of the National Park Service, this summer.
Another Culture, Another World: UTC students Experience China
A group of 11 UTC students recently took a study abroad trip to China, learning about the people, the culture, the social structure and how the country is different from the United States.
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