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ANTH 494/594 Evolutionary Anthropology Workshop Credit

Boise State students can enroll in the ANTH 494/594 Evolutionary Anthropology workshop and receive 1 credit for attending the NWEEHB symposium.  Students can enroll in the workshop by signing in to their my.BoiseState account and registering for the workshop.  After ___________________ students can still register for the the workshop up to the day before the symposium by completing a Registration Override Form and turning it in to the Registrar’s office (Admin 110).  The Registration Override Form acts as the permission number needed to register for the workshop.

Meals throughout the conference are free–Please register for the conference so we know about any dietary restrictions, etc.

ANTH 494 Evolutionary Anthropology
Class #_____     Section #_____    Pass/Fail   Instructor:  John Ziker

DESCRIPTION:  This workshop will coincide with the 4th annual Northwest Evolution, Ecology, and Human Behavior Symposium hosted by the Department of Anthropology.  Students will learn about the most recent research on the evolution of human behavior from regional experts. Students will meet with the regional experts in evolutionary anthropology and compose a literature review on the topic of most interest from the symposium. EVALUATION: Notes taken during the symposium will be proof of attendance and a 4-6 page literature review paper with at least 5 references on the topic of most interest.

ANTH 594 Evolutionary Anthropology
Class #_____     Section #_____    Pass/Fail   Instructor:  John Ziker

DESCRIPTION:  This workshop will coincide with the 4th annual Northwest Evolution, Ecology, and Human Behavior Symposium hosted by the Department of Anthropology.  Students will learn about the most recent research on the evolution of human behavior from regional experts. Students will meet with the regional experts in evolutionary anthropology and compose a literature review on the topic of most interest from the symposium. EVALUATION: Notes taken during the symposium will be proof of attendance and a 6-10 page literature review paper with at least 10 references on the topic of most interest.