You are here

News

Photo of yellow and purple prairie flowers

Butterfly Effect

When anthropology and construction management major Jeremiah Cunningham noticed that the butterflies weren't stopping to feed among the grasses planted at the Xcel Energy substation where he was interning, he discovered something that will turn into a win for Xcel Energy and the butterflies.
Photograph of professor Kat Hayes

Paving the Way Towards Preservation

Professor Kat Hayes specializes in archaeology and her research covers issues relating to settler colonialism in North America. Her interests have led her to focus on both history and archaeology, memory, and heritage studies. As a convener of the Institute for Advanced Studies Heritage Collaborative, Kat has made strides towards developing a new, interdisciplinary graduate program that can prepare the next generation of archaeologists and heritage professionals for an interdisciplinary and community-based field.