News: Department of Anthropology
President Keith E. Whitfield continues decades-long commencement tradition, honoring 10 students who embody the academic, research, and community tenacity of the graduating class.
UNLV students survey Nevada's rich history and gain valuable fieldwork experience in revived archaeology class.
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In new paper, UNLV-led anthropology team balks at a widely held belief that modern humans experienced an evolutionary decrease in brain size.
This admin assistant has been running around campus since she was a kid. Now she's the 2022 President's Classified Employee of the Year.
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Crittenden, a professor and graduate coordinator for UNLV's department of anthropology, will begin her new position on July 1.
In May 16 issue of Nature Microbiology, researchers and Indigenous activists call for more ethical approach to collecting biological data.
How UNLV anthropologist Jennifer Byrnes is helping improve training for forensic scientists.