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Right to a Healthy Environment, Historical Burial Sites, Journal Editor
Right to a Healthy Environment, Historical Burial Sites, Journal Editor
BBC story cites economist’s research; archaeologist, grad student dig into laws on historical human remains; writing program director takes on editor role; and more
two students preparing several salads in the Allenwood kitchen

Allenwood’s Push to Stay Open
Pays Off

Running a restaurant while the coronavirus pandemic has changed the world has given Hospitality Management students a lesson in resilience—and valuable experience for entering a hard-hit industry.
Recent BBC story “The Human Right That Benefits Nature,” about the human right to a healthy environment, cites the research of Economics faculty member Chris Jeffords. 
Through a Center for Rural Pennsylvania grant, Anthropology Department faculty member Andrea Palmiotto and graduate student Jamie Kouba researched state legislation related to the discovery of historical and archaeological burial sites and human remains. Their report is on the center’s website.
Bryna Siegel Finer, Writing across the Curriculum director, was selected as managing assistant editor for the award-winning journal Rhetoric of Health and Medicine, published by the University of Florida Press.
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