Mentored Undergraduate Research in Anthropology Featured at WFU Research Day 2015

Six undergraduate students presented their research projects mentored by Anthropology faculty at the 9th Annual Wake Forest University Undergraduate Research Day. In alphabetical order, followed by their mentor in parentheses, they are:

Caroline Bertoni (Thacker) Clay Sourcing, Ceramic Production, and Prehistoric Exchange along the Yadkin River
Adriana Cordova (Friederic) Health Education & Family Relations in Rural Ecuador
Robert Sakaguchi (Good) The Construction of Identity in the Fa’atama Community of Samoa
Hadley Scharer (Jones) Searching for Housefloors at the Redtail site (31Yd173): An Analysis of the Spatial Distribution of Ceramic Artifacts
Ataijah Taylor (Lawson Clark) Negotiating Deviant Space: Life in a Small Dominican Village
Tiansong Zhou (Thacker) They Sharpen Their Points, We Sharpen Our Hypotheses
Steve Folmar also will be recognized as last year’s recipient of the College Award for Outstanding Research Mentoring.

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