The Future of Academic Anthropology
The UCF Department of Anthropology represents the future of academic anthropology. The department has an interdisciplinary approach in archaeological, cultural, biological, linguistic, and applied/public anthropology. Through its combination of face-to-face and online teaching and field and laboratory research, the department seeks to advance anthropological concepts by actively investigating questions of relevance to the world.
Most archaeologists dig down. Dr. Marla Toyne? She’s going up to study the cliffside burial grounds of a pre-Incan society.
Archaeologists pursuing the secrets of pre-Columbian history are getting dirty to find their answers. Discover how Dr. John Walker and Dr. Neil Duncan are using mud in the jungles of Bolivia.
Curious about the origins of Homo sapiens? Talk to Dr. Sarah Freidline. She’s handled some of the oldest discovered fossils of ancient humans.
Summer ’22 PhD Graduates Given Warm Send-Off
Doctorate graduates were given a warm and personal send-off Thursday in a longstanding College of Sciences tradition. Remarks by Dean Maggy Tomova, Ph.D., were followed…
Artificial Intelligence Holds Promise to Revolutionize Pottery Reconstruction
The time-consuming process of piecing together broken pottery vessels found during archaeological excavations is getting a boost from artificial intelligence. Pottery provides key insights into…
UCF MA student, Taylor Collore, will participate in a stewardship with the U.S. Forest Services…Read More