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The summer 2019 Koobi Fora Field School class

NSF Grants Expand Koobi Fora's Reach

Grants totaling $1.2 million from the National Science Foundation will broaden the research and learning experiences for CCAS students participating in the Kenyan field school.


Jamestown colonists trade with Wampanoag Indians at Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts in this 1597 Theodor de Bry illustration.

Carving up the Thanksgiving Story

In his new book, History’s David J. Silverman takes a close look at the traditional Thanksgiving story and the distortion of facts surrounding its legacy for Native Americans.
Sally A. Nuamah, BA ’11, is an author, youth education advocate and professor.

Alumna’s Global Mission: Better Schools for Girls

From her efforts in Ghana to reforming American schools, Sally A. Nuamah, BA ’11, is a fierce advocate for helping girls obtain equal education around the world.


Alexander Dent teaches his Dean’s Seminar on The Anthropology of the Cell Phone with (from left) first-year students Kalil Greenberg and Jin Haugland. (Photo: Long Nguyen)

Our Cell Phones, Ourselves

In Alexander Dent’s Dean’s Seminar on The Anthropology of the Cell Phone, first-year students take a deep dive into their personal cellular connections and examine how smartphones have changed their world.


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