News: Department of Anthropology
Campus News | March 4, 2015
UNLV anthropologist and international research team find African fossil, publish findings in March 4 issue of "Science."
Business and Community | May 28, 2014
Meet six UNLV graduates who are reshaping Las Vegas' urban core.
Research | May 5, 2014
Doctoral student to research human skeletal remains in Turkey; graduating senior will teach English in Germany.
Research | April 16, 2014
UNLV, international researchers compare gut bacteria of hunter-gatherers with industrialized populations to better understand role of bacteria in human health.
People | April 11, 2013
Department of Anthropology hosts event featuring families who still live in a plural marriage lifestyle and those who have left the community.
Campus News | April 8, 2013
UNLV makes the news this month with new research, award-winning students and top academic experts.
Research | March 7, 2013
How attached you are to your dog might have something to do with how it came into your life, UNLV anthropology study suggests.
Research | February 27, 2013
UNLV anthropology survey examines why women consume their placentas after childbirth.
Research | December 11, 2012
Research on testosterone in dads looks beyond the easy explanations.
People | November 5, 2012
Anthropologist Alyssa Crittenden ventures into the African bush to study how humans learned to cooperate.
Research | November 1, 2012
UNLV anthropology professor Peter Gray and fellow anthropologist Kermyt Anderson have written a book exploring the biological and social aspects of “fatherhood” and how paternal attitudes have evolved across time and in different cultures.
Research | August 21, 2012
An intensive mentorship program for first-generation students places undergraduates in the lab and out in the field. The goal is to inspire students to strive beyond their bachelor's degrees.