Congratulations to our Spring 2021 PhDs!

Christine Borden-King-Jones, Storied Experience: Walking with Everyday Ghosts Maureen Floriano, Models of Addiction and Health Seeking Behaviors: Understanding Participant Utilization of an Overdose Education and Naloxone Kelley Kampman, Mothering on MATs: The Influence of Intensive Mothering and Biomedicalized Addiction Treatment on Opioid Addicted Women's Mothering Practices Raakhee Patel, An Ethnographic Study of Doctor-Patient Communication within Biomedicine...

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Congratulations to Tae-Hee Kim!

Congratulations to Anthropology student, Tae-Hee Kim, who has been awarded a Peter Witt Scholarship from the College of Arts and Sciences! The Peter Witt Scholarship Fund was established in 1960 to provide financial assistance to deserving students of The College of Arts and Sciences whose interests are in social...

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