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Looking for Fall Term Courses?

UO’s Fall term course schedule is now available! Start planning your schedule now for the upcoming term. Check out the course list, and don’t forget to look into the other minors and programs available:   Anthropology Minor NEW! Forensics Minor UO Undergraduate Anthropology Club! ...

Congratulations 2020 Anthropology Graduates!

The 2020 Virtual Commencement ceremony takes place on Saturday, June 20

University Commencement Celebration

Live webcast 9:00–10:00 a.m. PDT

Commencement Speaker: Sabrina Ionescu

Honorary Degree Recipient: Philip H. Knight

WAYS TO WATCH LIVE: UO Facebook Page UO YouTube Channel

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Leah Lowthorp spoke at Eugene Metropolitan Rotary Club today!

Professor Leah Lowthorp gave a talk today for the Eugene Metropolitan Rotary Club entitled, “Heritable Human Genome Editing and the Public Interest.” Leah Lowthorp

Anthropology Spring 2020 Research Symposium

Please vist after June 3rd to see current research from undergraduate and graduate students.

Josh Schrock Dissertation

Schrock Dissertation Defense Flyer (L. Lisa Clawson)

Dissertation Defense – Jessica Stone

Please join us for Oral Dissertation Defenses- Jessica Stone!   Jessica Stone “The Bioarchaeology of Initial Human Settlement in Palau, Western Micronesia” May 19, 2020 10:00am – 12:00pm Zoom, meeting ID: 923 7676 8736 Obtain PASSWORD via email request: Stone ...

Anthropology Spring 2020 Colloquium

The Department of Anthropology is please to announce our Spring 2020 colloquium. “Exploring the Past, Present and Future of People and Ecosystems using Geochemistry” Speaker: Dr. Kendra Chirtz Monday May 18th, 12:00 pm Joins us remotely via Zoom Meeting ID 943 0199 8146

CURE Deadlines extended

2020 Spring Term CURE Deadlines Update

CURE Upcoming Deadlines

Upcoming application deadlines for CURE awards: Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship ($4000), First-Year Research Engagement Award ($4000 + $1000 for faculty mentor), Conference Travel Awards. Visit for more information

New Directions in the search for the First Americas

Please mark your calendars: All MNCH staff members are invited to a special talk by San Diego State University archaeologist (and UO PhD, 2007) Todd Braje. The talk is set for Monday, March 16 at 4:00 p.m. in our Galleria.
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