Danforth named Mississippi Humanities Council Teacher of the Year | People
Dr. Marie Danforth, professor of anthropology, was recently named The University of Southern Mississippi’s “Teacher of the Year” by the Mississippi Humanities Council.
On Nov. 19 Danforth will present her award-winning research entitled, "La Fin Du Voyage: Bioarchaeology, History and the French Colonial Experience." The lecture will be held in the Liberal Arts Building’s Gonzales Auditorium (room 108) at 5 p.m.
The Mississippi Humanities Council is a private nonprofit corporation funded by Congress through the National Endowment for the Humanities. MHC sponsors, supports and conducts a wide range of programs designed to promote understanding of our cultural heritage, interpret our own experience, foster critical thinking, encourage reasonable public discourse, strengthen our sense of community, thus empowering Mississippi's people with a vision for the future.
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