MSU Anthropology professor and undergraduate participate in Smithsonian global oyster study

Dr. Sanchez, MSU Department of Anthropology assistant professor, and his colleague Dr. Michael Grone, California Department of Parks and Recreation, contributed to the global study of Indigenous oyster fisheries, which synthesized over a century of archaeological findings from the San Francisco Bay Area. The synthesis Read More

3rd Annual Endowed Alumni & Friends of Archaeology Lecture

Greg Hare, the former Yukon Archaeologist and Senior Projects Archaeologist with the Government of Yukon, Canada, recently retired after 30 years of service, visited MSU from March 11-15th, 2019 as the 3rd Annual Alumni and Friends of Archaeology Endowed Lecture Series. While here, Dr. Hare Read More

“The Early Differentiation of South Americans” Dr. Cosimo Posth

The Early Differentiation of South Americans Dr. Cosimo Posth Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History & University of Tübingen, Germany Tuesday March 26 at 11:30 am. McDonel Hall C103 Dr. Posth will present results from collaborative ancient DNA research involving paleogeneticists and Read More

Alumni & Friends of Archaeology Research Award

The Alumni and Friends of Archaeology Expendable Fund, established to enhance research and learning of undergraduate and graduate students in the archaeology program through the MSU Department of Anthropology, awarded Jeff Painter funds for his dissertation research during the Summer of 2018. This was the Read More