Outreach and Education

Check out the slideshow of 4 items below:

  • Slide Title: Kelly Dixon at First Friday event.. Slide Caption: Dr. Kelly Dixon introducing UM Graduate Student Nikki Manning at MT-ARC's Missoula Historic Underground Project First Friday event held in March 2013 at the Missoula Mercantile. The program, What Lies Beneath?, drew a crowd of nearly 500..
  • Slide Title: Montgomery Distillery. Slide Caption: In May MT-ARC held a panel discussion during Missoula's May First Friday event as a part of the city's Preservation Month kick-off event. The Montgomery Distillery hosted the event in their underground space..
  • Slide Title: Victoria Outreach. Slide Caption: UM Graduate Student Victoria Swenson teaching students from Willard High School how to identify and inventory skeletal remains as a part of MT-ARC's 'STEM Through Anthropological Forensics: A Mock Murder Case'..
  • Slide Title: Alexis Willard. Slide Caption: UM Graduate Student Alexis Berger teaching sex estimation from the human pelvis, using the Department of Anthropology's Osteological Collection, this particular specimen is a cast used for direct hands-on teaching..

The Montana Anthropogenic Research Cooperative is dedicated to making the results of research accessible to the general public and integrating education outreach (K-20) into research.

The Montana Anthropogenic Research Cooperative works with the Department of Anthropology to make use of it's extensive anthropological collections to teach hands-on research methodologies to local high schools and elementariness.