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Archaeological Excavation Set to Start at One of Boise’s Oldest Buildings
Posted: Friday, June 6
BOISE, Idaho – June 6, 2014 -- University of Idaho archaeologists will be excavating near one of the oldest buildings in Boise the week of June 9. The “surgeon’s quarters” building was one of the first buildings constructed as part of Fort Boise.  The excavation is happening because the building will be renovated and the Veteran’s Administration and Preserv...
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Letters, Arts & Social Sciences | Sociology & Anthropology | News Release
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U-Idaho Archaeology Dig Unearths History at Kooskia Japanese Internment Camp
Posted: Thursday, July 11 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – A part of Idaho history and Japanese heritage is being unearthed this summer outside of the town of Kooskia, Idaho, and the University of Idaho would like to share it on July 20 during a public outreach event at Three Rivers Resort in Lowell, Idaho, from 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Stacey Camp, UI assistant professor of anthropology, is leading an archaeological field ...
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Letters, Arts & Social Sciences | Sociology & Anthropology | News Release
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Honors Program Core Award & Certificate Ceremony
Friday, May 13 2011 at 3:00 PM
Graduating members of the University Honors Program receive their Honors Core Awards and Honors Certificates. After the ceremony, a reception will be held in their honor in the hallway outside the Auditorium foyer. Dr. Mark Warner, Associate Professor of Anthropology and former associate director of the UHP, is the featured speaker.
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Sociology & Anthropology | Honors Program
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Mark Warner
Posted: Monday, November 30 2009
Associate Professor of Anthropology
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Letters, Arts & Social Sciences | Sociology & Anthropology | Anthropology | Acknowledgements
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Brown Bag: Best Practices in Teaching Graduate Seminars
Monday, October 26 2009 at 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Join Mark Warner, associate professor of sociology and anthropology, Lisette Waits, professor of wildlife resources , and Doug Cole, associate professor of microbiology, molecular biology and biochemistry, for a brown bag presentation. They will provide helpful tips and techniques for teaching effective graduate seminars. A question and answer session follows the end of the presentation. Bring ...
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Natural Resources | College of Graduate Studies | Sociology & Anthropology | Sociology | Anthropology | Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry | Wildlife Resources
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