Four-field training with emphasis on cultural anthropology, archaeology, and physical anthropology. The anthropology program emphasizes experiential learning and offers research methods modules in ethnographic methods, archaeological field and laboratory methods, and museum studies. Minor in Anthropology also offered.
Internships available for museum studies, archaeology, primate studies, and other anthropological experience.
Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program offered by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness
The Lillian Trager Laboratory of Anthropology provides facilities for archaeological analysis, ethnographic research, and human skeletal analysis. Our department also includes laboratories related to GIS and spatial analysis, soils analysis, and dendrochronology. Area Research Center 5 of the Wisconsin Historical Society is located within the University Library Archives.
University of Wisconsin-Parkside Anthropology Laboratory Reports of Archaeological Investigations and Popular Series