Kovats-Bernat's wife, Dina, has supported Kovats-Bernat through the struggles anthropology brought him, such as culture shock. Pictured with him and his wife is their daughter Ella, who passed away in 2014, and their son Addison.
Christopher Kovats-Bernat was hired by the SU anthropology department this summer as a visiting professor. This semester he is teaching several sections of cultural anthropology and comparative cultures.
Stephanie Jirard moderates the criminal justice symposium where a panel of professors debated the topic of crime and the media. Panelists from various departments provided different views on the subject.
Hurricane Florence made landfall last week and has killed more than 12 people in its destruction. This storm, like many in the past, has caused billions in damage, but people are soon to forget the storm’s impact.
Don McPherson speaks with SU students, faculty and community members about the importance of sexual violence prevention and identifying male privilege. McPherson travels the country speaking with groups of all ages.
SU alumna Ashley Maready shares her career experiences in the historical conservation field. Maready has traveled across the country and worked at museums in Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Kansas and New York.