Anthro major to join Peace CorpsFebruary 23, 2017 Noah Wolthausen of Fairfield, Cal., will serve as a health extension volunteer in Cambodia
Essay reflects on poisoned water in Flint, Mich., and how we teachFebruary 2, 2016 Prof. Alexa Dietrich examines classroom discussions of social responsibility for the environment, using the Flint, Michigan water system's lead poisoning as an example
Wagner student panelist at National Press Club briefingJanuary 26, 2016 Anthropology major Daniela Gutierrez de la Garza was one of three student panelists at a Jan. 20 NAC&U National Press Club briefing. Watch the video of her presentation and Q&A responses.
Prof. Alexa Dietrich wins 2015 Julian Steward AwardDecember 2, 2015 Anthropology & Environment Society names Dietrich’s ‘The Drug Company Next Door’ the ‘best book published in environmental anthropology’ in past 2 years
How Wagner does summer school!April 8, 2015 This summer, a Wagner College bioarchaeology field school in Peru will provide students with hands-on learning experience in a quiet coastal village
Port Richmond scholar will join the Peace CorpsMay 6, 2014 Graduating senior Molly Delbridge of Mission Viejo, Cal., will be Wagner College’s next Peace Corps Volunteer. Delbridge, an anthropology and Spanish major, will serve as a health resource volunteer
Prof. Dietrich's new book examines impact of pharmaceutical industry in Puerto RicoJune 7, 2013 Wagner College anthropology professor Alexa S. Dietrich's first book, “The Drug Company Next Door: Pollution, Jobs, and Community Health in Puerto Rico,” was released today by NYU Press. The production
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