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COVID-19 course moved beyond the science to explore virus’s impact on society

COVID-19 course moved beyond the science to explore virus’s impact on society

COVID-19 human milk studies should continue without stopping breastfeeding, researchers say

COVID-19 human milk studies should continue without stopping breastfeeding, researchers say

Termite-fishing chimpanzees provide clues to the evolution of technology

Termite-fishing chimpanzees provide clues to the evolution of technology

Announcing new course about the COVID-19 pandemic

Announcing new course about the COVID-19 pandemic

Monkeying around: Study finds older primates father far fewer babies

Monkeying around: Study finds older primates father far fewer babies

Close encounters in the forest: western lowland gorillas

Close encounters in the forest: western lowland gorillas

Fossil discoveries rewrite our family history

Fossil discoveries rewrite our family history

Lifestyle trumps geography in determining makeup of gut microbiome

Lifestyle trumps geography in determining makeup of gut microbiome

Green in tooth and claw

Green in tooth and claw

Chimpanzees more likely to share tools, teach skills when task is complex

Chimpanzees more likely to share tools, teach skills when task is complex

Sometimes you feel like a nut

Sometimes you feel like a nut

Forest landscapes, wildlife of Northern Congo declining under logging pressure

Forest landscapes, wildlife of Northern Congo declining under logging pressure

Sanz recognized with Women-in-Primatology award

Sanz recognized with Women-in-Primatology award

Chimpanzees in the wild reduced to 'forest ghettos'

Chimpanzees in the wild reduced to 'forest ghettos'

Rasmussen’s posthumous publication solves ancient monkey mystery

Rasmussen’s posthumous publication solves ancient monkey mystery

Are there Zika reservoirs in the Americas?

Are there Zika reservoirs in the Americas?

Dating the ‘Cradle’: New timeline sheds light on early human history

Dating the ‘Cradle’: New timeline sheds light on early human history

Monkey DNA may solve mysteries, help conservation

Monkey DNA may solve mysteries, help conservation

Graduate Student Highlight: Jake Funkhouser

Graduate Student Highlight: Jake Funkhouser

New book chapter by Anthropology Graduate Students

New book chapter by Anthropology Graduate Students

The ontogeny of complex tool use among chimpanzees of the Goualougo Triangle, Republic of Congo

The ontogeny of complex tool use among chimpanzees of the Goualougo Triangle, Republic of Congo

Long term study demonstrates impacts of logging on chimpanzees and gorillas

Long term study demonstrates impacts of logging on chimpanzees and gorillas

Older Neandertal survived with a little help from his friends

Older Neandertal survived with a little help from his friends

Assessing Cultural Resource Vulnerability To Climate Change

Assessing Cultural Resource Vulnerability To Climate Change

Anthropology undergraduate Sakura Oyama receives Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Anthropology undergraduate Sakura Oyama receives Gates Cambridge Scholarship

After the Ph.D.: Kenneth Chiou

After the Ph.D.: Kenneth Chiou

New Anthropology Faculty Hires

New Anthropology Faculty Hires

 Poop May Be the Key to Studying the Most Elusive Animals on Earth

Poop May Be the Key to Studying the Most Elusive Animals on Earth

Wild Chimpanzee Mothers Teach Young

Wild Chimpanzee Mothers Teach Young

Department of Anthropology Job Postings

Department of Anthropology Job Postings

In Memoriam: Robert Sussman

In Memoriam: Robert Sussman

Monica McDonald named finalist in 2016 IPS/ASP Student Competition

Monica McDonald named finalist in 2016 IPS/ASP Student Competition

Jessica Joganic receives Initiative d’Excellence de l’Université de Bordeaux Postdoctoral Fellowship

Jessica Joganic receives Initiative d’Excellence de l’Université de Bordeaux Postdoctoral Fellowship

Early human ancestor lacked jaws of a nutcracker, study finds

Early human ancestor lacked jaws of a nutcracker, study finds

John C. Willman Awarded the 2015 BAS Student Prize

John C. Willman Awarded the 2015 BAS Student Prize

The Color of Money

The Color of Money

The Color of Money

The Color of Money

Graduate Students Awarded Wenner Gren Grants

Graduate Students Awarded Wenner Gren Grants

Origins of War, BBC Radio 4

Origins of War, BBC Radio 4

Tenure-Track Appointment in Biological/Physical Anthropology

Tenure-Track Appointment in Biological/Physical Anthropology

A Quantitative Genetic Analysis of Morphological and Molecular Variation in the Craniofacial Skeleton of Primates

A Quantitative Genetic Analysis of Morphological and Molecular Variation in the Craniofacial Skeleton of Primates

Biomarkers & Milk Research Lab

Biomarkers & Milk Research Lab

Cara Ocobock Receives the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence

Cara Ocobock Receives the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence

Paleoanthropology in the Ethiopian Highlands

Paleoanthropology in the Ethiopian Highlands