UTMAS is proud to announce a POTTERY WORKSHOP as our final What Your Anthropology Degree Can Do For You session! We have a line-up of three speakers who will be sharing their Workstudy Research on pottery at UTM, then a fun interactive portion in the final hour of our workshop where participants can build their own works of art. The interactive portion is aimed to help participants apply the information they have learned throughout the workshop while having some fun with their hands!
Date: Tuesday, Mar. 29th, 2016
Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm
Light refreshments will be provided at the back of the room.
Note that the workshop is being held in an active academic classroom. Please do not touch any artifacts or specimens on display without the permission of professors or teaching assistants on site.
We hope to see you there! Thank you!
Come join UTMAS on March 12th for our Defining Anthropology Conference!
This event is held so that those who completed an independent study, internship or work study position can present their experience and research to their fellow students. UTMAS is proud to announce that we will have students and professors across all four disciplines of Anthropology presenting at our conference, with a special talk from Dr. Lohmann from Trent University!
Registration and a light breakfast will be served starting at 9:30am.
The conference will officially begin at 10:00am, and lunch served at 12:00pm.
A tentative schedule can be found on our facebook event page.
Faculty, staff, and students across all three UofT campuses are welcome to spectate!
Spectators are welcome to kindly make a min. $5 donation which will go towards the UTMAS Field School Scholarship.
UTMAS would like to extend a special thanks to the UTM Anthropology Department for their support in making this conference possible, to all of the presenters, and Dr. Roger Ivar Lohmann for taking the time to be our keynote speaker.