Student Spotlight Projects

Learning anthropology often starts in the classroom and the library.  It comes to fruition as students, with the mentorship of faculty, apply and integrate various ethnographic and analytical skills to answer their own research questions.  The collection below is a small sample of individual and collaborative projects students have completed in recent years.  

Faith Walker ('21)

 Faith Walker

Undergraduate Summer Scholar, Faith Walker, completes an independent research project during Summer of 2019.

Mitchell Singstock ('20)

Mitchell Singstock

After the summer was over, Mitchell Singstock (Class of 2020) returned to Miami, still intrigued by all of the stories left unfinished.

Caitlin McElligott ('17)

Caitlin McElligott

With funding from the Miami University Undergraduate Summer Scholars (USS) Program, Caitlin McElligott (Class of 2017) spent summer of 2016 in Washington, DC where she interviewed members of Congress about their assessments of America’s current educational crisis.