Anthropology Seniors Present on Research Practicum and Internship Experiences
KENNESAW, Ga. (Dec 4, 2018) — Anthropology seniors presented their research practicum and internship experiences this morning. The faculty panel was extremely impressed with their projects. Congratulations to those graduating next week!
- Dakota Doomstorm: "Cyclododecane and Patterns of Burial Styles in the Southeastern United States"
- Patrick Wilborn: "Least Cost Analysis - Etowah Indian Mounds to Lower Dabbs Site"
- Chris Goden: "Craniometric Analysis of Anatomical Teaching Crania"
- Jackie Mackin: "An Osteological Review of Pathologies of the Hand"
- Cassidy Steele: "Osteology Field School in Crete"
- Camille Coe: Internship at the Kennesaw State University Museum of History and Holocaust Education
- Christina Stephens: Internship at Wholesome Wave Georgia
The Anthropology Practicum (ANTH 3397) course is a structured field-based or on-campus research experience in a supervised setting related to anthropology. Practical experience is combined with scholarly research in the topical area of the practicum under the guidance of a faculty committee. Projects are selected in advance of the semester of the practicum. Students learn to apply research skills in a practical setting.
The Internship in Anthropology (ANTH 3398) course is a structured off-campus experience in a supervised setting that is related to the student’s major. Practical experience is combined with scholarly research in the topical area of the internship, under the guidance of an interdisciplinary faculty committee. Sites must be selected in advance of the semester of the internship.