Anthropology

Outreach

The department offers various programs and opportunities related to Departmental Collections. Instructors, individuals or organizers looking for specific details of the various outreach offerings are encouraged to discuss their specific needs with the associated collections staff.

School Workshops and Tours

  • Bryan/Gruhn Archaeology Collection
  • Bryan/Gruhn Ethnographic Collections
  • Forensics
  • Fossil Hominid Cast Collection
Requests can be made to view artifacts that will reflect your current curriculum.

Special Interest Group Workshops and Tours

  • Flintknapping Workshops
  • Forensic Workshops for police and search and rescue

Volunteer Programs

Include opportunities to work in department Collections, on Outreach Programs, and for researchers. Collection and researcher programs usually require a commitment of 2 or 3 hours a week for at least one term. These take place during normal business hours. Outreach programs are more variable depending on the specific program and can include only a few days commitment but may be outside normal business hours.

Affiliated Programs

  • Senate Uschool
  • Extension ELLA
  • WISEST
  • MACS
  • Science Sunday
  • Harry Potter Science Day
  • Strathcona Archaeological Society

  • For further information, connect with the contacts listed for the various programs or contact Shirley Harpham for general information about Anthropology outreach opportunities.