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Anthropology grad student to examine humor

Anthropology graduate student Kim Ivey was selected as a student research fellow in the Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Seminar sponsored by the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities at TU. The seminar topic for 2015-16 will be humor. Ivey will be participating by attending weekly... MORE

Professor discusses climate models at Paris workshop

Thomas Foster, associate professor of anthropology at The University of Tulsa, presented at the LandCover6K workshop on Feb. 18, in Paris. LandCover6K is a working group of Past Global Changes, an international project intended to coordinate and promote past global... MORE

Alicia Odewale

Building Future Faculty Program

Anthropology doctoral student Alicia Odewale has been selected to join the North Carolina State Building Future Faculty Program this spring, March 18-21. The program is a two-day workshop for doctoral students and post-doctoral scholars who are interested in pursuing careers in... MORE

Alicia Odewale

Graduate research looks at slavery in U.S. Virgin Islands

University of Tulsa anthropology doctoral student Alicia Odewale is studying the archaeological evidence of slave quarters in the Christiansted National Historic Site of St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. Odewale traveled to St. Croix in January 2015 to begin the first stage... MORE

Anthropology student receives Outstanding Senior award

Molly Noah receives award from the University of Tulsa Anthropology major, Molly Noah, was recognized along with 9 other students with the Jess Chouteau Outstanding Senior award this fall. The University of Tulsa and the TU Alumni Association grant this honor... MORE