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 Bringing health awareness to life on campus

Bringing health awareness to life on campus

Students from the School of Archaeology and Anthropology recently showcased their skills in communicating some of the world’s most significant health problems

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SAA staff receive awards in teaching, supervision and learning

SAA staff receive awards in teaching, supervision and learning

Dr Alison Behie, Dr Simone Dennis and Dr Sharon Peoples have been recognised by the 2014 Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Education.

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Associate Professor Kylie Message nominated to the ARC College of Experts

Associate Professor Kylie Message nominated to the ARC College of Experts

Congratulations to the School of Archaeology and Anthropology's Associate Professor Kylie Message on her successful nomination to the ARC College of Experts.

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Professor Colin Groves awarded lifetime honour

Professor Colin Groves awarded lifetime honour

Professor Colin Groves from the School of Archaeology and Anthropology has been awarded a Lifetime Honorary Membership to the American Society of Mammalogists (ASM).

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Centre for Native Title Anthropology funded

Centre for Native Title Anthropology funded

The Centre for Native Title Anthropology will receive $677,050 over three years from the Department of the Attorney-General.

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Welcome to the School of Archaeology & Anthropology

The School of Archaeology and Anthropology combines five streams of social research and teaching: anthropology, archaeology, biological anthropology and the interdisciplinary fields of development studies and heritage and museum studies. Collectively we are engaged with understanding past and present human experience in diverse and transforming social contexts.

Our school offers an innovative range of programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, with particular strengths in archaeological sciencebiological anthropology, forensic anthropology, Australian Indigenous studies, medical anthropology, visual anthropology, applied and participatory development, and heritage studies.

ANU is the most research-intensive university in Australia and our staff are energetic teachers as well as active researchers working on projects across remote and metropolitan Australia, Africa, Asia, the Pacific, Europe, South America and India.

Field schools offered in 2014

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Updated: 2 August 2014/ Responsible Officer:  Head of School / Page Contact:  Web Publisher