Anthropology

Resources

Facilities

The Department of Anthropology houses several remarkable collections and labs devoted to archaeology, biological anthropology, and socio-cultural anthropology. These facilities help us achieve the high standards of teaching and research that occur in the department. They are a wonderful resource for staff, students, and the general public, and you can find out more by clicking on the links below.

Quick Reference

Archaeology lab Tory 01-28
Archaeology preparation  Tory 01-27
Audio-Visual library  Tory 01-07 
Bio-Anthropology lab  Tory 01-33
Bio-Anthro preparation  Tory 01-31 
Bioarchaeology lab  SAB 05-58
Bryan-Gruhn Collection  Tory B-05 
Geoarchaeology lab  Tory B-21
Paleo-environmental collection lab  Tory 01-42
Photography lab Tory B-11A
Visualization lab  Tory 01-42B 
Zooarchaeology collection lab  Tory B-11C

Employment Opportunities

Arts Work Experience

Arts Work Experience offers undergraduate students the opportunity to gain 4, 8, 12 or even 16 months of paid work experience before graduation!  Read about Crystal Ren, BA ’14, and her 8 month AWE work term with ZCL Composites. Crystal went on to complete a second 4 month work term with Scotiabank Global Banking and Markets and work as a Staff Consultant, Performance Improvement with EY Advisory in Calgary. 

Please visit the HUB Career Centre (8917 HUB Mall) or email artscareers@ualberta.ca for more information.

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