At Arizona State University's School of Human Evolution and Social Change, we investigate what makes us human and use new knowledge to foster a healthier, more sustainable world. Using tools from anthropology, global health, environmental social science, museum studies and applied mathematics, our work integrates the natural and social sciences to answer questions about the human story and inspire our students to become informed, socially responsible members of their communities.
Internships are available in the form of research apprenticeships. Internships are not required, but students in the bachelor of arts program are required to take a practicum course or an intensive lab-based course. Visit our website for more information.
Graduate assistantships, fellowships, awards and contractual positions are available and detailed at shesc.asu.edu/admission/graduate-financial-awards. Undergraduate research awards, volunteer apprenticeships and other opportunities are available and are outlined at shesc.asu.edu/admission/financial-awards. Hourly grading positions are also offered regularly to top students.
Learn more about our research facilities and labs at shesc.asu.edu/research/laboratories-field-stations
Anthropological Field Studies, International Journal of Paleopathology, Reports in Digital Archaeology, the Digital Archaeological Record (www.tdar.org/), Field Methods, Bioarchaeology International, OCRM Series, Reports in Digital Archaeology, Computational Modeling for SocioEcological Science (www.comses.net), the Virtual Commons (commons.asu.edu)
See iCourses by searching students.asu.edu/programs with the "online programs" box checked