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Kathy M’Closkey

Kathy M’CloskeyKathy M’Closkey, an adjunct associate professor of anthropology, will discuss insights from her forthcoming book “Why the Navajo blanket became a rug,” March 19.

Lecture to offer insight into history of Navajo weaving

Anthropologist Kathy M’Closkey will discuss insights from her book “Why the Navajo blanket became a rug,” March 19 on the UWindsor campus.

Chantal KayumbaAn award from the Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility recognized nursing student Chantal Kayumba for her advocacy on behalf of patients.

Nursing student wins recognition as human-rights advocate

An award from the Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility recognized nursing student Chantal Kayumba for her advocacy on behalf of patients.

Award for “Excellence in Diné Studies.”Kathy M’Closkey, an adjunct professor in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology, received an award for “Excellence in Diné Studies.”

Award recognizes researcher’s study of Navajo culture

Kathy M’Closkey, an adjunct professor of anthropology, received an award for “Excellence in Diné Studies.”