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Congratulations to the Class of 2021! We wish all of our Fall 2021 graduates success in their future endeavors!

This December, Claire Brandes’s essay “The Pleistocene Overkill Hypothesis: An Optimal Foraging Perspective” appears in The Classic, the Writing Intensive Program’s journal of underg

Adjunct Professor, Dr. Sarah Hitchner, along with Dr. John Schelhas from the Southern Research Station of the USDA Forest Service, and Distinguished Research Professor, Dr. J.

The Adventures of Wounaan Children and Many Birds/ Wounaan chaain döhigaau nemchaain hoo wënʌʌrrajim/Los niños wounaan, en sus aventuras vieron muchas aves was recently published in three languages and focuses on the Wounaan, Indigenous people of Panama and Colombia, and their relationsh

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