Schulte Named Fellow in Society for Applied Anthropology
“Your election to Fellow status was based on your experience and seniority...”
Ketchikan Interim Campus Director and Professor of Anthropology/Sociology Priscilla Schulte, Ph.D., has been promoted to the status of Fellow in the Society of Applied Anthropology. Schulte was notified by a letter from the Board of Directors in late December, 2012. “Your election to Fellow status was based on your experience and seniority,” wrote board president Merrill Eisenberg. “You can be a source of expert advice and counsel for the Officers of the Board.”
The Society was founded in 1941 with the mission to apply the social sciences to contemporary problems by a group that included pioneer anthropologist Margaret Mead.
Dr. Schulte specializes in multicultural education, Alaska Native cultures, sociocultural change, and archaeology of southeast Alaska.