Infographics

Evolutionary Forces Infographic – adopted from Leslie Williams
Goal: explain 1 or more of the evolutionary forces using an infographic
Skills Developed: understanding evolutionary forces, narrative building, clearly identifying an audience and goal for your work, visual story telling, concise writing, infographic software (Piktochart)

Evolutionary Forces Infographic Assignment 2019

Evolutionary Forces Infographic Assignment Fall 2021 Version

Samples of my students’ work:

1) Katherine Franz & Leah Gudex

2) Alyssa McGrath & Jemma Yeadon

3) Nick Iovino and Lucie Moore

4) Cailey Brogan & Will Connolly Infographic

5) Isabel Weber & Hannah Morris

6) Jackie Kirsch & Paul Wilkinson

7) Greg Connors & Dan Rahill

8) Ellen Pil and Alexis Waldschmidt

9) Elizabeth Gardner

10) Gabriela Kim & Jordan Brown

11) Pierdinock, Moss, & Miramontes

12) Joshua Davis 

13) Gabrielle Huggins

14) Isabella Martinez

15) Silva-Cruz, Daly, & Mancuso

16) Francesca Taylor

17) Wernecke, O’Brien, & Renterghem

18) Karla Luquin

19) Rodriguez & Weger

20) Kacie McGowan

 

Blood, Guts, & Glory: The Anthropology of Sports

I have my students do a similar assignment in my Anthropology of Sports class. Here is the actual assignment.

Here are the assignment guidelines: Myths & Misconceptions Infographic Assignment Fall 2021 Version

Here are examples of student work:

  1. Christian DiCesare
  2. Karly Brown & Jane Musema
  3. Jessica O’Neill
  4. Liana Aceri
  5. Madison Calder – Female Male Athletic Diffs
  6. Max Reed – Testosterone Myths
  7. Amanda Tran Testosterone Myths
  8. O’Grady Fox, and Hughes Marijuana and Sports Myths and Misconceptions Infographic