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Anthropology ethnographic field school in Tanzania [PHOTOS]

Over the summer, eleven FLC students worked with students from the Tengeru Institute of Community Development in Boma Ng’ombe, Tanzania on food insecurity, substance abuse, and HIV/AIDS issues. This anthropology ethnographic field program trains students -- whose majors included Biology, Sociology, Public Health and Anthropology -- in global health methods and assessment. David Kozak, professor of Anthropology, has been traveling with students to this area for nine years to bring an experiential component to their education.

All photos by senior Anthropology major Sean Kerlin.

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