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Join CWI Anthropology Professor, Nikki Gorrell, Tuesday, March 10, for a discussion on her fieldwork in Mayan communities.
Students at Compass Public Charter School participate in College of Western Idaho Anthropology Club’s inaugural Adventure Race.
LEADership Banquet recognizes student leadership roles and creative engagement in campus life for the 2018-2019 academic year.
"CWI empowered me by showing me I am smart, outgoing, and able to do so many more things than I thought I could.”
Beading Workshop participants honor Native American artistry and tradition by making dream catchers.
Native beading expert, Liz Mummy, to host beading workshop Nov. 13.
Anthropology Club students and Service Learning participants are busy preparing for this year’s Connections Project.
Swarthmore University Professor, David Harrison, to speak at Boise State University Feb. 16, 2018.
The Anthropology Club’s Petroglyph Recording Project is complete and available to view.
College of Western Idaho (CWI) has been sharing stories of success from several of this year’s graduates as we countdown to the 2017 commencement ceremony. The road traveled by students to arrive at CWI and the experiences along their education journey are all amazing and inspiring in...
Kelsey Wilber, who will graduate on May 13, 2017, came to CWI in 2014 to pursue her education after feeling “intellectually unsatisfied” and desiring a means to find her true potential.
CWI’s Anthropology and Biology Clubs and Sustainability Committee host fourth annual Garbology Day April 27.
Kailie Leggett has always jumped at the chance to gain life experiences. Although she is just 30 years old, she has already learned a lot about the world first-hand. She has traveled internationally, moved around the country, and explored different interests. Along the way Leggett’s...
The CWI Anthropology Club completed the field work phase of the multi-year preservation effort at Celebration Park.
For the second consecutive year, the CWI Anthropology Club spent part of Spring Break along the Snake River mapping and recording petroglyphs.
In May, eight students from the CWI Anthropology Club enjoyed an educational trip to Bend, Ore.
On May 1, the CWI Anthropology and Biology Clubs will be raising awareness for proper recycling practices, reducing consumption, and re-purposing.
A group from CWI took a non-traditional approach to spring break this year, mapping and recording petroglyphs at Celebration Park.
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