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  • Welcome to Anthropology

    Anthropology brings a global perspective to the study of human diversity by means of in-depth research at the local level and comparative studies that explore human experience through time and across space.

    At Syracuse University our program is organized around Archaeology and Cultural Anthropology; however, we embrace a holistic approach to anthropology through teaching in research in archaeological, biological, cultural, and linguistic.

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    Hromadzic and McCormick win Meredith Teaching Recognition Awards

    Hromadzic and McCormick win Meredith Teaching Recognition Awards

    Assistant professors Azra Hromadzic of Anthropology and Gladys McCormick of History have received a Meredith Teaching Recognition Award, given to non-tenured faculty members for  teaching innovation, effectiveness in communicating with students, and the lasting value of courses.
     
    Armstrong wins Arts and Sciences’ Wasserstrom Prize for Graduate Teaching

    Armstrong wins Arts and Sciences’ Wasserstrom Prize for Graduate Teaching

    Douglas V. Armstrong, a Syracuse University professor in the Maxwell School for Citizenship and Public Affairs and the College of Arts and Sciences, has been tapped to receive the latter’s William Wasserstrom Prize for the Teaching of Graduate Students.
     
    McMahon selected for honor

    McMahon selected for honor

    Felicia "Faye" McMahon's profile has been selected as one of 50 profiles to be featured in the Honors 50th Anniversary Celebration by the Renee Crown Honors Program.
     
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  • Student Awards RSS Feed

    Anthropology Major

    Rebecca Ierardo received a Fulbright Award to teach English in Malyasia.  Congratulations!

     

    2014 All-University Doctoral Prize

    Jesse Harasta has received the 2014 All-University Dissertation Award for his dissertation "In Search of a Single Voice: The Politics of Form, Use and Belief in the Kernewek Language".  The Prize will be awarded at the doctoral hooding ceremony on May 9th, 2014.  Congratulations!

     

    2014 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award

    Congratulations to Paul Noe and Tom Tolley who  received the 2014 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards .

     

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