Broad, innovative program with subfield, integrated and interdisciplinary approaches to the Anthropologies of Tomorrow and Grand Challenge issues with preparation for diverse careers. Research themes include: Applied Anthropology & Public Engagement, Ecological & Environmental Anthropology, Science and Technology, Health & Well-being, and Identity, Politics & Social Justice. Links to American Studies, Materials Engineering, Public Health, the Polytechnic Institute, the Center for Aging, the Center for the Environment, and programs in Global Studies, Human Rights, Critical Disability Studies, Critical Data Studies, Science and Technology Studies, Sustainability Studies, Linguistics, Ingestive Behavior and Forensic Sciences.
Graduate: Teaching assistantships, approx. $2,427 per month for 9 months, including health insurance and tuition remission; university and other fellowships for which anthropology students are eligible to compete.
Archaeology, bioarchaeology, bioanthropology, ethnography and GIS labs, department and university computer labs.
Human Cultural Diversity, Being Human: Introduction to Anthropology, Culture and Technology