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During this extraordinary time with so many changes taking place in our communities, we want you to know that Advising is Open in the School of Language, Culture, and Society, and we welcome you to reach out. Please schedule an appointment or drop in during our ZOOM open office hours for support with your academic portfolio, concerns, questions about remote learning, resources, or simply to share conversation and community. Stay connected. Let us join you wherever you are.
You can also reach our advisors at this link: https://liberalarts.oregonstate.edu/slcs/advising or call: Karen Mills at 541-737-3847 or Nick Blum at 541-737-4515
You may also contact our School Director, Dr. Susan Bernardin via email.
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Robert Asinjo, M.A. Applied Anthropology, OSU 2014
Local perceptions of climate change, coping and adaptation strategies among smallholder farmers in the Lake Basin Region of Kenya
Food Project: Real Food Challenge at OSU Coordinator, Interim Project Report
Publications: Amanda Green and Robert Asinjo. (2015) Applying anthropology to the campus dining system: Reflections on working with community food assessments and the Real Food Challenge. In Practicing Anthropology 37(2): 22-26.
Erica D'Alessandro, M.A. Applied Anthropology, OSU 2014
Cultivating taste and place in Russia: perspectives from Moscow's alternative food network
Food Project: Conducted a needs assessment of a Farm to School program for the non-profit Food Roots, which is based in Tillamook County, Oregon.
Michaela Hammer, M.A. Applied Anthropology, OSU 2014
Hybrid healthscaptes: mothers' health care and food practices in the Ecuadorian Andes
Food Project: Slow Food Terra Madre Day Coordinator, 2012 & 2013
Current Status: Nutrition Education Program Assistant with the OSU Extension Service in Lane County (Eugene, OR). In this position, Michaela works to help low income youth and families make healthy food choices and choose active lifestyles while facilitating larger-scale policy, systems, and environmental changes to make those choices easier.
Amanda Valora, M.A. Applied Anthropology, OSU 2012
Food storage practices within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: an ethnographic comparison of discourses
Food Project: Slow Food Terra Madre Day Coordinator, 2011