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Moche Valley Wagner’s Summer in Peru program is designed to give students unique opportunities to learn by doing and apply their academic knowledge though research and community service work in the Moche valley of north coastal Peru. Working with Dr. Celeste Gagnon are Sophia Fox-Sowell ‘13 (Anthropology & English) and Nicholas Gibaldi ‘14 (Anthropology), who are studying human skeletal remains excavated from the archaeological site Huaca de la Luna. Robert Brandon ‘14 (Psychology) is working on sustainable development and cultural heritage in the rural community of Collambay. Jennifer Ida ‘12 (Anthropology major, Spanish & Mircobiology minor) is engaged in ethnographic research documenting the process of making chicha (traditional corn beer).

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Moche Valley Wagner’s Summer in Peru program is designed to give students unique opportunities to learn by doing and apply their academic knowledge though research and community service work in the Moche valley of north coastal Peru. Working with Dr. Celeste Gagnon are Sophia Fox-Sowell ‘13 (Anthropology & English) and Nicholas Gibaldi ‘14 (Anthropology), who are studying human skeletal remains excavated from the archaeological site Huaca de la Luna. Robert Brandon ‘14 (Psychology) is working on sustainable development and cultural heritage in the rural community of Collambay. Jennifer Ida ‘12 (Anthropology major, Spanish & Mircobiology minor) is engaged in ethnographic research documenting the process of making chicha (traditional corn beer).

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Moche Valley Wagner’s Summer in Peru program is designed to give students unique opportunities to learn by doing and apply their academic knowledge though research and community service work in the Moche valley of north coastal Peru. Working with Dr. Celeste Gagnon are Sophia Fox-Sowell ‘13 (Anthropology & English) and Nicholas Gibaldi ‘14 (Anthropology), who are studying human skeletal remains excavated from the archaeological site Huaca de la Luna. Robert Brandon ‘14 (Psychology) is working on sustainable development and cultural heritage in the rural community of Collambay. Jennifer Ida ‘12 (Anthropology major, Spanish & Mircobiology minor) is engaged in ethnographic research documenting the process of making chicha (traditional corn beer).

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    Moche Valley Wagner’s Summer in Peru program is designed to give students unique opportunities to learn by doing and apply their academic knowledge though research and community service work in the Moche valley of north coastal Peru. Working with Dr. Celeste Gagnon are Sophia Fox-Sowell ‘13 (Anthropology & English) and Nicholas Gibaldi ‘14 (Anthropology), who are studying human skeletal remains excavated from the archaeological site Huaca de la Luna. Robert Brandon ‘14 (Psychology) is working on sustainable development and cultural heritage in the rural community of Collambay. Jennifer Ida ‘12 (Anthropology major, Spanish & Mircobiology minor) is engaged in ethnographic research documenting the process of making chicha (traditional corn beer).
Moche Valley Wagner’s Summer in Peru program is designed to give students unique opportunities to learn by doing and apply their academic knowledge though research and community service work in the Moche valley of north coastal Peru. Working with Dr. Celeste Gagnon are Sophia Fox-Sowell ‘13 (Anthropology & English) and Nicholas Gibaldi ‘14 (Anthropology), who are studying human skeletal remains excavated from the archaeological site Huaca de la Luna. Robert Brandon ‘14 (Psychology) is working on sustainable development and cultural heritage in the rural community of Collambay. Jennifer Ida ‘12 (Anthropology major, Spanish & Mircobiology minor) is engaged in ethnographic research documenting the process of making chicha (traditional corn beer).