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Thomas Plummer received a Research Enhancement Grant that will cover equipment costs for his ongoing research in Kenya.
Congratulations to Markos Papadatos, a former QC Anthropology student, who was recently awarded "Journalist of the Year" by the Hellenic News of America. To learn more about our alumni, click here.
Professor Jim Moore has been selected as this year's recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award for full-time faculty at Queens College. He also received the Mellon Mentor Award which recognizes outstanding mentorship to junior faculty.
Murphy Halliburton's book entitled "India and the Patent Wars: Pharmaceuticals in the New Intellectual Property Regime" has recently been published by Cornell University Press. This book contributes to an international debate over medicine costs and restrictions on access under stringent patent laws. For more information, click here.
Winter and Spring 2018 Course Schedules are now available. Click here for more details.
Larissa Swedell was recently interviewed for "A Story of Us," a podcast developed by the Ohio State University Anthropology Department. To listen to the full interview, click here: Social Behavior and Social Conflict in Hamadryas Baboons
Timothy Pugh received a grant from the National Science Foundation to support his archaeological research in Peten, Guatemala. For more information on this research, click here.
Thomas Plummer received numerous prestigious grants, including from the Leakey Foundation and Wenner Gren-Foundation, to excavate 2.6 million year-old Oldowan sites in Nyayanga, Kenya. For more information, click here.