Mon
Jul
24

Tag "Department of Anthropology"

Archaeology Field School provides lessons in discovery

CSU students get valuable hands-on archaeological experience at the field school.

Read More

CSU teacher and ultra-marathoner running for her son

Melissa Raguet-Schofield hoping to bring awareness to dyslexia – and a way to deal with it – by running 43 hard miles.

Read More

Can you dig it? Archaeological site tours open to the public

Come join the fun at an upcoming archaeological dig site tour.

Read More

Conducting ethnographic research — in gamers’ virtual worlds

Sometimes getting out into the field to conduct research is as easy as pressing a button.

Read More

‘Borders and Borderlands’ symposium set for April 20

The Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program at CSU will present an interdisciplinary symposium on “Borders and Borderlands: Culture, Society, and Economics during Changing Times” on Thursday, April 20, in the Morgan Library Event Hall.

Read More

CSU archaeologist featured on CBS program

An ancient, previously unknown city. A collection of priceless artifacts. Previously unexplored rain forest, featuring jaguars, deadly snakes and a flesh-eating disease with no cure. CSU archaeologist Chris Fisher has experienced all of these things – and much more –

Read More

The ‘welcoming back of a nation’

On Nov. 1, 2015, the first bison to walk upon the short-grass prairie of Northern Colorado in decades returned to Soapstone Prairie. For local Native Americans, the return was a momentous and emotional occasion.

Read More

CSU anthropology professor named lead author on intergovernmental science-policy project

Anthropology professor Kathy Galvin has been named a lead author in major international biodiversity and ecosystems project.

Read More

Kids Do It All at the CSU Todos Santos Center

Forty-seven children from Todos Santos and four children from Colorado attended the 2016 Kids Do It All program at the Colorado State University Todos Santos Center – the university’s nonprofit international outpost for research, teaching and engagement in Baja California Sur, Mexico.

Read More

Summertime Standouts: College of Liberal Arts

This summer break, many College of Liberal Arts students splashed into research and internships across the world.

Read More