Our Undergraduate Program provides cross-cultural knowledge, critical thinking, and practical hands-on skills toward understanding the diversity of human experience through the anthropological subfields of archaeology, cultural anthropology, and biological anthropology. Students benefit from small classes in upper division major courses, one-on-one contact with faculty, and a broad range of course offerings.
The Anthropology Major and Minor provide excellent preparation for postgraduate training and/or careers in applied anthropology, museum work, public and contractual archaeology, education, forensic science, law, health/medicine, international business, marketing, human services, tourism and other fields that require an understanding of human diversity and adaptability.
Our newly renovated anthropology lab offers students the opportunity to learn lab methods in archaeological and biological anthropology.
Dr. Keating publishes an article in the Dec. 2013 issue of Asia Pacific Viewpoint, an international journal.
Dr. Ramsay publishes an article in the Dec. 2013 issue of Journal of Arid Environments, an international journal.
Dr. Keating presents a paper at the American Anthropological Association annual meeting in Chicago, Ill. on Nov. 21.
Dr. Ramsay presents with former student, Amanda Foley (graduate student at Ohio State) at the annual meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research in Balitmore, MD. on Nov 21.
Dr. Keating was recently interviewed by the Democrat and Chronicle about the art exhibit opening Oct. 24 that he is curating. The show is titled, "“Mush Hole Remembered: R.G. Miller”.
Check out a new art opening at the Tower Fine Arts Gallery curated by Dr. Keating - Serving Time at The Mush Hole: Visual Testimony of R. G. Miller-Lahiaaks (Mohawk, Six Nations) Oct. 24 – Dec. 9, 2013.
Join the Anthropology Club! If you want to get involved meeting are ever other Monday night at 7 pm in Cooper Hall C-1 (Anth. lab). Lots of exciting activities planned for the club this year!