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Organization Team

NWEEHB5: Northwest Evolution Ecology and Human Behavior 5th Annual Symposium. October 19-21, 2018.

Faculty

Kathryn Demps, Assistant Professor
Kristin Snopkowski, Assistant Professor
Mark Plew, Professor
John Ziker, Professor
Pei-Lin Yu, Assistant Professor
Nicole Herzog, Lecturer
Cheryl Anderson, Lecturer

Students from the:
Archaeology Students Association
Anthropology Club

The purpose of the symposium is to:

  • Promote greater interaction between regional departments and scholars with interests in evolution, ecology, and human behavior;
  • Foster opportunities for collaboration with colleagues in the region;
  • Create a venue where scholars can present their work in a longer time format and with closer interaction between speakers and audience than possible at larger conferences;
  • Provide graduate students an opportunity to present research in a smaller, less formal setting;
  • Provide advanced undergraduates an opportunity to learn about graduate programs and meet potential advisors in the region.