"By getting to know oneself in relation to the global community, anthropology provides us with the tools to make informed decisions about how we would like our world to be."
Time: 12-1pm on Thursday, Sept. 27
Place: University Union
Experience food from Jordan right here on campus in the Phoenix Room of the University Union. Tickets are on sale now at the University and Ticketing and Information Center for the opening event of the popular Cultural Cuisine Series.
Special guest presenter is Prof. Jill White of Human Development, who traveled to the Mideast last summer on a UW-Green Bay study-abroad trip.Learn More (PDF) »
Dr. Dalke's Research
Our very own faculty member and UW Green Bay graduate, Karen Dalke, is well-known for her on-going research on horses.
She has published many articles and has traveled around the world giving presentations. She has earned numerous teaching awards and is a founding member of a feline trap-neuter-release program, Cats Anonymous.
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May 30, 2014
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May 23, 2014
- UW-Green Bay to host first-of-its kind international art symposium
May 22, 2014
- In the news: More coverage for Habitat’s Philippines trip
May 21, 2014
- Update on fundraising
May 21, 2014