Fieldwork

Student research investigates human trafficking scourge

As a sociology major, senior Candi Witzigreuter decided to research the topic of human trafficking as her senior honors project. It is a topic that was especially...

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Movement Science Lab grows in size, technology

Movement Science Lab grows in size, technology

The Movement Science Lab in the Krannert School of Physical Therapy took a giant leap forward last fall. The lab increased its space from 550 square feet to more...

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Tracking Senegal’s famous hunting chimps

Tracking Senegal’s famous hunting chimps

The world took notice in 2007 when Iowa State University anthropologist Jill Pruetz announced the discovery of African chimpanzees that use sharpened sticks to hunt...

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Gym dandy: Occupational Therapy students help design therapeutic center for Damar facility

Gym dandy: Occupational Therapy students help design therapeutic center for Damar facility

When students and staff from the University’s School of Occupational Therapy began working with the staff and residents of Damar Services several years ago, none...

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Budding researchers: student research leads to botany breakthrough

Budding researchers: student research leads to botany breakthrough

To most people, Saponaria officinalis is just a weed. To Sandy Davis and Shabnam Jabbari, it’s a goldmine. For the past several years, Professor Davis and a succession...

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Archeologists get their hands dirty right away

Archeologists get their hands dirty right away

UIndy Archeology students put their knowledge to good use during the 2010–11 academic year. In September, a group led by Associate Professor Christopher Schmidt...

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Photo courtesy of Anthropology.com

Looking closely (very closely)

NSF grant brings texture microscope, and exotic specimens, to campus Photo courtesy of Anthropology.com What do these things have in common? Chile’s Chinchorro...

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Physical therapy program builds a bridge to India

Physical therapy program builds a bridge to India

‘It’s been great for our students who are from the States to work with and learn from our Indian students. It helps us to see different perspectives and different...

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Team Tanzania

Team Tanzania

Students & faculty introduce physical therapy to African village “When are you coming back? We have to do this again.” That was the sentiment of University...

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