Anthropologist Heidi Larson leads in shifting relationships between governments, international health organizations, and people to promote understanding and use of vaccines.
Offering lessons for how anthropology helps solve problems in many contexts between people with different backgrounds and differing access to power, Larson emphasizes engagement with communities. “Building trust,” Larson says, “is an everyday action, one that requires a shift in mindset, not a whole new set of operating instructions.”
Local undergraduate research education continues in UA’s open-air fieldwork class
What Is Anthropology and What Can You Do With That Degree? | Published in U.S. News
Local archaeologists including our own UA archaeology professor Timothy Matney, are working to complete a geophysical survey of the site. The site, purchased by the Summit Metro Parks in October 2016, is the former Valley View Golf Club.
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