The Anthropology curriculum provides the tools to understand human beings and society from both a cultural and biological point of view. Students are exposed to a broad historical and comparative framework within which to view the variety of human cultures. All fundamental concepts, techniques, and material for the main branches of the field are addressed, so students are ready for advanced degree work upon graduation, as well as entry into the private or public sector.
- 15 Faculty and Staff Members Honored at Recognition Dinner
- Three Morris Students Named Fulbright Scholars
- Tone-Pah-Hote ’18 Is a Udall Scholar
- Gercken Receives All-University Horace T. Morse Award
- Anika Paulson ’20 Takes Part in TED
- DeBellis ’18 Earns a Place at Public Policy and International Affairs Junior Summer Institute
- Waye Contributes to Paper Published in Royal Society Proceedings B