Please see our website at http://www/anthro.utah.edu for the requirements of the various degrees
Internship: Anthropology Collections Care at NHMU
Research Fellowship: Archaeological/Ethnographic Collections at NHMU
Undergraduate Research Opportunities (UROPs) through the Office of Undergraduate Research provide undergraduate students an opportunity to work directly with faculty on research projects. Undergraduates may apply for the Giles W. and Elise G. Mead Foundation Scholarship, the Christensen Scholarship, and tuition waivers annually.
Modern research facilities in the department include well-equipped teaching and research laboratories in archaeology, zooarchaeology, human osteology, paleoanthropology, isotopic analyses, human biology, and DNA analysis (modern and ancient). In addition, anthropology majors have access to various labs in the Utah Museum of Natural History including the anthropology conservation lab and microsopy lab. Interdisciplinary research utilizing GIS technologies through the DIGIT lab (Department of Geography) is also possible.