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What is Anthropology? Anthropology is the study of all cultures across time and space. Throuh comparative studies, anthropologists determine how people of the world are similar and different. They explore issues such as health care, human rights, law, industry, development, global population and more.

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Dr. Lambert: CHASS Distinguished Professor 2017

CalendarDecember 08, 2017

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Dr. Patricia Lambert, professor of anthropology, was granted the honorary title of Distinguished Professor in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHASS) for 2017....

A Week with Guest Anthropologist LIC Rafael Vasquez Guerrero

CalendarNovember 01, 2017


Peruvian Anthropologist, LIC Rafael Vasquez Guerrero, came to USU to give a guest presentation at the Museum of Anthropology. Learn more about his visit....

"King's Road:" 2018 USU Civil Rights Pilgrimage

CalendarSeptember 26, 2017


An opportunity for four USU undergraduate students to travel with USU professors Jason Gilmore and Francois Dengah on a seven-day trip through the American South. On this trip, students will visit ico...

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