Kelsey Rebovich was nominated as the Sociology and Anthropology Program's Outstanding Senior. She was honored at the Academic Honors Reception on April 14, 2014 and will be honored again at the Graduation Celebration Brunch on May 5, 2014. Congratulations Kelsey!
She is pictured with Dr. Janice Purk at the Academic Honors Reception.
Members of Dr. Clark's Anthropology of Crime and Punishment Class, along with Drs. Purk and Madigan, traveled to Philadelphia this November 3rd to visit Eastern State Penitentiary. Students were treated to two separate tours: a history tour of the prison, held during the daylight hours, and Terror Behind the Walls, a prison-themed haunted house in the evening. Earlier in the day, Dr. Clark took several students on a tour of the Grand Masonic Lodge of Pennsylvania. Students also got a chance to see the famous City Hall and sections of Chinatown. After the trip one student was heard to say, "That was the best field trip I've ever been on!"
M. U.'s Sociology/Anthropology program has a newly established scholarship for an incoming freshman. The scholarship is based on high school standings and is renewable for a second year. Please contact the Admissions Office for more information.