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USU in Deep South for MLK 50th

USU in Deep South for MLK 50th

04/09/2018

A group of USU students, led by Dr. Jason Gilmore and anthropology's Dr. Francois Dengah, are in the Deep South on a civil rights pilgrimage to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's assassination, as well as to commemorate the Civil Rig...

Dr. Patricia Lambert: CHaSS Distinguished Professor 2017

Dr. Patricia Lambert: CHaSS Distinguished Professor 2017

12/08/2017

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

A Week with Guest Anthropologist LIC Rafael Vasquez Guerrero

11/01/2017

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

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

09/26/2017

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 iconic and historic locations of the Civil Rights Movement...

Ethnographic Field School Blog

Ethnographic Field School Blog

06/02/2017

The Anthropology Program at USU is currently involved at a field school in Huanchaco, Peru. The work of the field school centers around helping a community affected by the recent flooding and a study of Medicinal Herbs.

Exciting Events at the Museum of Anthropology

Exciting Events at the Museum of Anthropology

01/17/2017

Upcoming Events for January-February

Student Poster Wins Award at Great Basin Conference

Student Poster Wins Award at Great Basin Conference

12/19/2016

This poster was one of three winners in the student poster competition at the 35th Great Basin Anthropological Conference held in Reno, NV on October 5-8th.

Anthropology Faculty, Dr. Bonnie Glass-Coffin, featured in the Huffington Post

Anthropology Faculty, Dr. Bonnie Glass-Coffin, featured in the Huffington Post

11/10/2016

As an anthropology and religious studies professor who has spent my entire life championing diversity, I was shocked and stunned by this election. When I arrived on my university campus yesterday, it was in order to lead a discussion with the 95 undergra...

Fulbright Student Research Grants, a Great Learning Opportunity with Dr. Grocke

Fulbright Student Research Grants, a Great Learning Opportunity with Dr. Grocke

09/14/2016

Michelle Grocke, 2014-2015, Nepal, harvesting bitter buckwheat crops between September & October. While at first she had to beg her host family to help, after a few days, every familyy in the village wanted her assistance as they quickly realized she was...

Water is Life

Water is Life

09/06/2016

Please attend this prayer meeting held September 6-9 every evening at 6 PM on Old Main Hill. See flyer.

Rare Mammoth Tusk Unearthed in Cub River Area

07/28/2016

The fossilized tusk of a Columbian mammoth was unearthed in a private gravel pit in the Cub River area on Tuesday, July 19.