Department of Anthropology
MA Alum Featured in New Book
Congratulations to two MA alums Amy Santee and Sanne Roijmans who were featured in Riall W. Nolan's new book Using Anthropology in the World: A Guide to Becoming An Anthropologist Practitioner! Visit the Department of Anthropology website for more information.
MA Alum Hiram Kabui Featured in AAA Article
Alum Chef Hiram Kabui was featured in the AAA's Anthropology News! The article briefly describes how Hiram is dedicated to empowering African Americans through local and international food movements. Check out the article here: http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2017/08/15/chef-kabui/
MA Alum Caleb Klipowicz's Research
Take a minute to listen to MA alum Caleb Klipowicz's presentation of his research regarding TBCaleb Klipowicz, stigma, and structural violence among the Marshallese of NW Arkansas (https://vimeopro.com/healthyarkansas/20170316)!
Department of Computer Science
Alumnus Xiaoshan Cai (BS 2010) has been awarded a U.S. patent for his work at Amazon
on a subterranean delivery system.
Department of Political Science
Congratulations to our former MA student Drew Wagstaff for his upcoming article in Foreign Policy Analysis!
Reiter, Dan and William A. Wagstaff. (Forthcoming.) "Leadership and Military Effectiveness." Foreign Policy Analysis.
Department of Psychology
Courtney Peasant (Ph.D., Clinical, 2014) is a research clinical psychologist at RTI International. At RTI, she collaborates with team members in the Substance Use, Gender and Applied Research (SUGAR) program to develop, evaluate and scale-up women-focused HIV prevention interventions for substance-using women.
Colby Taylor (Ph.D., School, 2015) with Jeopardy host Alex Trebek. Colby did remarkably well on the show. Tom Fagan said, "His performance was outstanding and the breadth of his knowledge was admirable." Students, family, former school teachers and UofM faculty gathered at Three Guys Pizza and R.P. Tracks to watch the two episodes. Another School Psychology graduate, Lee Steward (Ed.S., 1985), appeared on Jeopardy in the 1990s.
Joah Williams (Ph.D., 2013) is associate professor in the Department of Psychology at University of Missouri, Kansas City. His research interests are psychosocial and health consequences of trauma exposure across the lifespan.