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On Monday, March 4, President Loh attended the opening of the installation on immigration put together by students in the Museum Research Seminar class. The installation was coordinated by Anthropology Professional Track Faculty member Linda Rabben and Mary Alexander, instructor of the course and Co-Director of the Certificate in Museum Scholarship and Material Culture Program.
A recent article in the Washington Post, titled “Black women and HIV: Oral history reveals their pain, disenfranchisement and endurance”, highlights Dr. Sangaramoorthy’s recent research on black women living with HIV.
UMD Department of Anthropology research was highlighted in an article on the impact of sea level rise on rural coastal communities, published by the Daily Press in Newport News. Department graduates and researchers Dr. Elizabeth van Dolah and Dr.
The DACA Health and Well-being project, led by Dr. Christina Getrich with students Kaelin Rapport, Alaska Burdette, Ana Ortez-Rivera, and Delmis Umanzor, published their first article titled “Navigating a fragmented health care landscape: DACA recipients' shifting access to health care” in the journal of Social Science and Medicine.