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Jun 13th, 2019
The department welcomed the award-winning Kentucky Archaeological Survey effective June 1. Since 1995, the Survey has worked with teachers, students, landowners, and government agencies to protect archaeological sites and educate citizens across Kentucky.
Jun 3rd, 2019
Dr. Ashley Stinnett, assistant professor of anthropology, was selected to receive the 2019 Office of Scholar Development Mentor Award.
May 29th, 2019
In April 2019, Jennifer N. Molchan of the Department of Folk Studies and Anthropology was awarded a competitive $2,000 Field Research Fellowship from the American Center for Mongolian Studies.
May 9th, 2019
Ashley Gilliam is the recipient of the Senior Scholarship Award from Lambda Alpha, the national anthropology honorary society. This scholarship is awarded annually to the top applicant selected by members of the Lambda Alpha National Executive Council.
Sep 11th, 2017
The Kentucky Folklife Program announces the opening of the exhibit A Culture Carried: Bosnians in Bowling Green at the Kentucky Museum on WKU’s campus.
The Opening Reception will be held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 29 at the Kentucky Museum. The exhi
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