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!
Wednesday, September 28
Purdue Anthropological Society (P.A.S.T.) Office Open House. Everyone is welcome!
7PM, Beering 1232
Wednesday, September 28 and 29th
Ecological Sciences and Engineering Symposium
Wednesday, October 5th
Brown Bag Lecture Series
Conversations: Saftey in the Field, by Annagul Yaryeva
11:30-12:20, STON 154
Saturday, October 1, 9am - 5pm & Sunday, October 2, 9am - 4pm
Feast of the Hunters' Moon
Historic Fort Ouiatenon Park
9/27/2016 - Prof. Sherylyn Briller and Ph.D. candidate Elizabeth Wirtz are featured in Anthropology News for developing a course where technology students learn to apply anthropological principles to develop design solutions.
9/19/2016 - Prof. Amanda Veile will be giving a public lecture at the University of Notre Dame about her research entitled "Birth in Transition: Implications for Indigenous Health and Demography" (see flyer).