Graduate and undergraduate programs cover all sub-fields of anthropology
The Department of Anthropology of the University of Texas at Austin offers a broad program of research, teaching and community engagement that builds upon the historical strengths of archaeology, linguistic anthropology, biological anthropology and sociocultural anthropology in order to understand and address the challenges of a culturally diverse, increasingly globalized and rapidly-changing world.
Graduate: teaching assistantships; university fellowships, departmental fellowships, dissertation research grants, conference support, FLAS Fellowships
Center for Archaeological and Tropical Studies (CATS), Center for American History, the Americo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies, the Benson Latin American Collection, the Texas Memorial Museum, and the Texas Archaeological Research Laboratory. The JJ Pickle Research Campus and the Department of Anthropology offer facilities for research in various subfields of anthropology.