Anthropology Majors Present Research at Society for Applied Anthropology Meeting in Philadelphia

Posted on 4/18/2018 12:14:15 PM

Five anthropology majors presented posters that highlighted their individual research during the Society for Applied Anthropology's Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, held April 3 to 11. The 2018 Annual Meetings, themed “Sustainable Futures” brought to the forefront the ways in which anthropologists are tackling the most pressing issues of our times.

Five upper-level anthropology majors presented their original research in poster form during the Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting on April 5. Here are the participants:

  • Dylan Donine “Misdiagnosis of Pneumoconiosis and Reluctance to Treat It”
  • Hannah Morris “Food Choices and Foodways at IUP”
  • Allison Rakocky “Perceptions of Internet Media by First-Year Undergraduates”
  • Katrina Shoemaker “Freshman Women's Perceptions of Drinking”
  • Rachel Wasilko “Academic Stress and Female College Students: Perceptions of the Relationship between Stress and Well-being”

Department of Anthropology