Dr. Rob Borofsky, Director, Center for a Public Anthropology, writes:

“Congratulations to the 14 Public Anthropology Award Winners at the University of Vermont in Prof. Scott Matter’s ANTH 021 (Cultural Anthropology) class who participated in a North American competition involving over 3,800 students from 24 schools. For the names of the Vermont Public Anthropology Award winners as well as their award winning opinion pieces click here.


Prof. Matter has played an integral part in Public Anthropology’s online student community, showcasing the ability of Vermont students to learn effective writing skills while being active global citizens. He demonstrates how combining technology with cultural concerns in academic courses positively engages students to participate in the broader world beyond their academic setting, while gaining the skills needed for a productive, active life after graduation.”

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