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Ashlee Hart, PhD '19, was selected as one of 12 doctoral scholars from across the university to present their research during the Three Minute Thesis competition on March 8.


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.


Ashley Cercone, an Anthropology doctoral student, and Hanna Santanam, a senior Anthropology major, win prestigous Fulbright awards.


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.


Lizette Alvarado, MA 1998, was recently named one of 14 SUNY Hispanic Leadership Institute fellows by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.   


The memorial garden on the South Campus is part of a respectful process guided by UB scientists and a team of community partners.


At Buffalo magazine recently featured the ongoing excavation of the former Cataract House in Niagara Falls, NY, led by Archaeological Survey.


Caroline Funk, Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology, discusses her research on the significance of bird populations in Aleut culture with Hakai magazine.


Ashley Cercone, PhD candidate, was recently featured for her summer field work experience at the Küllüoba excavation site in Turkey by the news site, Arkeolojik Haber.

On November 1, two UB Department of Anthropology faculty, Drs. Peter Biehl and Ezra Zubrow, will be honored at the 2018 Celebration of Academic Excellence. Congratulations to them on their accomplishments!

Erica Dunayer, an Evolution, Ecology and Behavior PhD candidate advised by Anthopology faculty Carol Berman, was one of several researchers interviewed for a PBS Nova segment on the effects Hurricane Maria had on Cayo Santiago, a small island off the coast of Puerto Rico, and the 1,800 rhesus monkeys that live there.


Amateur archaeologists get a hands-on experience at the UB Archaeological Survey’s McKendry dig.


Distinguished Postdoc Mentor Award recipient Peter Biehl's own time as a postdoc informs his approach to mentoring.

The UB Reporter travelled to Niagara Falls, N.Y., to report on Archaeological Survey's work at the historic Cataract House, a former hotel and stop on the Underground Railroad.

The University at Buffalo's Office of Postdoctoral Scholars recently announced Dr. Peter Biehl, Professor of Anthropology, is the 2018 recipient of the UB Distinguished Postdoc Mentor Award.