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Anthropology students at the University of Georgia recently presented their research at the annual CURO Symposium, organized by the Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities.

Katie Foster (L) and Cydney Seigerman (R) are among the distinguished individuals recognized for their outstanding contributions by the University of Georgia Graduate School. 

In a meta-review of 39 scholarly works, Cydney Seigerman and colleagues have delved into locally led climate change adaptation strategies, emphasizing the pivotal role of local knowledge and Indigenous knowledge in addressing water-induced disasters.

Stemming from the collaboration between faculty, researchers, and current and former graduate students at the Department of Anthropology, a newly published article sheds light on the importance of radiocarbon dating in the American Southeast, emphasizing its role in refining regional chrono

PhD Candidate Cydney Seigerman and colleagues published an article on extreme rainfall events after a decade of prolonged drought impacts in the region of Sertão Central, Ceará, Northeast Brazil.

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