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Teaching

Dr. Alicia Odewale, anthropology, University of Tulsa   IMG_0066

Courses Taught

ANTH-330 Archaeology and History of the African Diaspora (Augustana College)

Guest Lectures

Introduction to Anthropology (Augustana College)

Introduction to Anthropology (University of Tulsa)

African Art History (Augustana College)

French 102 (Augustana College)

Public Archaeology

EARTHANGLE Humane Inclusion Camp

Summer 2016 (July 11-22) – Archaeology Program, St. Croix “Archaeology Days at Salt River Bay”

Summer 2015 (July 6-24)- Archaeology Program, St. Croix “Archaeology Days at Salt River Bay”

This camp focuses on inclusion and offers an immersive archaeological experience in St. Croix for K-12 students that are both typically developing and those along the Autism spectrum. Click here for more information EARTHANGLE’s Archaeology Days with Camp Humane Inclusion.

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Faculty Training Programs

Diversity Teaching Fellow, Augustana College

North Carolina State University, Building Future Faculty Program.

For more information click here.

SREB State Doctoral Scholars Program, Compact for Faculty Diversity

For more information click here.

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