General Description: Our 4-field training program has a long tradition of scholarly excellence, diversity, and access. We offer unique opportunities for students to develop studies and research amidst the productive dialogue around engaged scholarship, and we are committed to excellence in training students for careers in research and teaching, as well as for work in non-profit and government sectors. The program has a strong track record of taking diversity seriously, and of inclusion of underrepresented groups among its faculty and students. We have doctoral students specializing in each subfield – archaeology, cultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology, and physical anthropology. The requirement of basic instruction in all subfields for all students gives our program a distinct advantage over other programs that have aband
5-year Graduate Center Fellowships and Tuition Fellowships; Graduate Assistantships; research, travel, and dissertation write-up grants, conference presentation funds.
Archaeology and Physical Anthropology labs. Affiliation with Hunter's Bioarchaeology Lab and Brooklyn's Zooarchaeology Lab provide research opportunities.