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CSU and government of Rwanda are partners in smart, sustainable development

Dr. Galvin traveled to Africa to discuss Smart Village Minigrid project with Rwandan government officials.

National Science Foundation lecture presented by Kate Browne

Anthropology’s Katherine Browne delivered a talk as part of the National Science Foundation’s Distinguished Lecture Series.

Anthropology Club Participates in Rice Elementary Science Night

A fun and memorable experience for CSU Anthropology Club volunteers and elementary students at the 2016 Rice Elementary Science Night.

Amanda Jones Scholarship makes International Field Experience a Reality

Funded by the Amanda Jones Field Study Abroad Award, Kellyn Davis traveled to Kenya last summer to attend a six-week paleontology field school.

Winter 2015

CSU archaeologist returning to Honduran jungle

Chris Fisher has traveled the world and battled a flesh-eating virus, all in the name of discovery.

Student travels to China for business development internship

Anthropology graduate student Sierra Method recently traveled to western China for a business development internship.

Center for Mountain and Plains Archaeology Field Research

Center for Mountain and Plains Archaeology had an active summer, conducting archaeological research in a variety of ecosystems in central and northern Colorado.