The department offers graduate students the Adrian Praetzellis Scholarship in Cultural Resources Management and the David Fredrickson Research Grant (each $500-1500/year depending on available funds). Students conducting primate behavior research can apply for a Marcia K. Brown Memorial Primatology Scholarship.
The department provides students with opportunities for field training, internships and extensive interdisciplinary research; graduate program in Cultural Resources Management (see the Anthropological Studies Center and the Northwest Information Center at www.sonoma.edu/asc/ and web.sonoma.edu/nwic/). The Primate Ethology Research Lab provides students with the opportunity to study captive primates (www.sonoma.edu/users/e/enstam/SSUPER).
Introduction to Biological Anthropology; Introduction to Cultural Anthropology; Living in Our Globalized World