Are you interested in understanding and investigating the problems and issues confronting societies around the globe?
Do you believe that knowledge and appreciation of other peoples’ beliefs and ways of life is relevant to you and your possible career?
Do you seek a clearer understanding of, and perspective on, American society and culture?
Are you intrigued by scientific findings that give clues to human origins or evidence of earlier civilizations?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then an academic major or minor in anthropology may be the program for you.
- Gain in-depth knowledge of at least one major world area and its cultures.
- Critically analyze the basis of global problems and their possible solutions.
- Understand and apply the methods and theories that inform our world views.
- Actively participate in learning through internships, field courses, study abroad, and independent study, as well as traditional classroom experiences.
- Gain a perspective that can be an asset to almost any conceivable career.
Our Faculty at Work
Our faculty are accomplished and active in their fields. Here’s a sampling of recent faculty work. We invite you to send us an email or stop by during office hours. Visit our faculty directory to learn more about our faculty, our work, our research and how you can get involved.
Justin Lowry on cemeteries, archeological wonders of the world and cacao:
- Class to explore archaeology wonders, Press-Republican
- Highland Cemetery Association seeks help from SUNY to uncover cemetery’s past, Sun
- Group seeks to map highland cemetery, Press-Republican
- Soil biomarkers of cacao tree cultivation in the sacred cacao groves of the northern Maya lowlands, Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports