Joyce Sirianni, professor and SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor, was recently named a "Top Educator" by Marquis Who's Who that recognizes outstanding educators in their respective fields based on leadership and professional accomplishments.
Undergraduate and graduate students from the Department of Anthropology showcased their research projects in the Student Union to faculty and the university community at the Annual Student Poster Competition.
A recent article in Forbes featured research conducted by Anthropology doctoral candidate Sarah Hoffman about a woman with a disfiguring facial abnormality discovered in a medieval cemetery in Iceland.
Anthropology doctoral candidate, Amandine Eriksen, was honored at the 15th annual Celebration of Student Academic Excellence on April 25 as a recipient of the 2018-19 Excellence in Teaching Award for Graduate Teaching Assistants.
A recent Associated Press article interviews Noreen von Cramon-Taubadel about a new study linking how ancient human diets, notably giving-up raw, tough meat for softer foods, has modified human speech.