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Author(s) Jacquelyn Barber Faculty Mentor(s) Salam Awad (Political Science) Abstract This presentation is an analysis of the Syrian refugee crisis and the connection to the Black Lives Matter movement. The forces of imperialism, racism, state violence, xenophobia, and nationalism are
Author(s) Danna Boshak Faculty Mentor(s) Mary Radeke (Psychology), Lori Sheeran (Primate Behavior & Ecology), Stephanie Stein (Psychology) Abstract Orangutans are critically endangered and if action is not taken, their extinction is imminent. Zoological institutions worldwide serve as an educational means
Developing a morphometric protocol for identifying and analyzing morphological variability in stone tools.
Author(s) Nik Simurdak Faculty Mentor(s) Patrick McCutcheon (Anthropology & Museum Studies) Abstract Morphometrics analysis of stone tools emphasizes the use of metric data to capture information about tool attributes, such as shape. These techniques are still under development, with some
Author(s) Harley Biggs, Izzabella Perini Faculty Mentor(s) Steven Hackenberger (Anthropology & Museum Studies), Steve Spencer (Graduate Studies and Research) Abstract The CWU Anthropology Department sponsored a field school in Barbuda-Antigua in 2000. Poorly preserved human remains were discovered eroding into
Qualitative Methods for Studying Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Among Young Queer Men of Color in the US: A Literature Review
Author(s) Gerald Lemmon Faculty Mentor(s) Griff Tester (Sociology) Abstract In the U.S., gay and other men who have sex with men (G/MSM), especially young Black and Latino men of color, are disproportionately impacted by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), representing