Anthropologists can help change the world. We do this, in part, by making sure our graduates are prepared with the skills and experiences they will need for a broad spectrum of careers. In Anthropology you will work on global problems in interdisciplinary teams. You can participate in summer field schools around the world, study abroad, and do other hands-on research. We are committed to exploring human diversity across time and space.  We invite you to join us!


Alt-Ac, Tenure Track and the Value of Scholarly Labor
Kendall Roark, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor / Research Data Specialist
Purdue University Libraries
Monday, November 30th 10:30 – 11:30 am
Stone Hall 217

Brazil Abroad 2016
Students will learn the rigors of ethnographic field methods in the heart of the Brazilian Amazon. In addition students work with anthropologists, conservation biologists, indigenous leaders, and NGO directors from the area on a final project tailored to their academic and professional goals.

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