The Department of Anthropology faculty offer students various research opportunities both locally and internationally. Anthropology faculty conduct research in countries such as Peru, the Bahamas, Turkey, Haiti, Guatemala, Boliva, Belize, Croatia and more. Various opportunities include study abroad, local or international internships, or faculty led research both on and off campus. Current opportunities include:

Study Abroad

Archaeological Excavations in the Bahamas with Dr. Peter Sinelli
Archaeological Excavations in Turkey with Dr. Scott Branting
Bioarchaeology in the Balkans with Dr. Toyne


Global Health Internship
Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology Editorial Internship – Contact Dr. Beatriz Reyes-Foster for information
CCAMP Internship


Research Opportunities

Archaeological excavations in Guatemala – Contact Dr. Michael Callaghan or Dr. Brigitte Kovacevich for information
Archaeological excavations and bioarchaeology in Peru
GIS Mapping – Contact Dr. John Walker for information