The Department of Anthropology at Texas A&M has 26 full-time faculty members situated in four distinct programs: Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, and Nautical Archaeology. The department offers a B.A. degree and Minor at the undergraduate level, and MA and Ph.D. degrees at the graduate level. Currently, the department has approximately 200 undergraduate majors and 90 graduate students.
The Anthropology Department maintains an excellent curation facility. Information regarding the collections and accessibility to materials housed in it can be found here.
ANTH 330: Alaskan Archaeology and Paleoecology Field School
6 Credit Hours, May 31st to July 1st, 2016
Application Form Instructors Angela Gore ( here ), Yan Axel Goméz ( here ), Coutouly and Kelly Graf ( here )
Previous issues of the Department Newsletter can be found here.
- Dr. Anna Linderholm Co-Authors Paper In Science on Dog Domestication Dr. Anna Linderholm Co-Authors Paper In Science on Dog Domestication
- Pollen Research Lab Highlighted in "Texas A&M Today"Pollen Research Lab Highlighted in "Texas A&M Today"
- CMAC Project Highlighted in Local NewsThe Center for Maritime Archaeological Conservation's Anchor Project is Reported On
Ancient Europeans May Have Been First Wine Makers Science News (2016-06-24)
How Native American Tribes Saved a Giant, Ancient Squash From Oblivion NPR (2016-06-23)
Why Do We Inherit Mitochondrial DNA Only From Our Mothers? New York Times (2016-06-23)
What Old Monkeys and Old Humans Have in Common New York Times (2016-06-23)