Anthropology at UNH
Anthropology is a field of visionaries, makers and collaborators, taking a critical, creative and holistic approach to the study of humankind. We teach hands-on courses in archaeology and socio-cultural, applied, biological and forensic anthropology, reflecting our faculty members’ research in the Americas, Europe, Africa, and Central and Southeast Asia. Through coursework, fieldwork and study-abroad experiences, you’ll gain life-long learning skills that prepare you for success in cross-cultural understanding and communication, working for diverse organizations and tackling complex social issues in today’s global world. Our students are employed in a range of areas such as public health, business, international development, museums and education.
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Crystina Friese awarded a Research Experience and Apprenticeship Program (REAP) fellowship for summer 2017Tuesday, May 23, 2017
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Anthropology in Action
Want to know whatyou can do with an Anthropology major? Learn more about the diverse and dynamic paths our majors take after their time at UNH.
I am currently working at the Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success in Manchester, New Hampshire as the Market & Training Coordinator for the "New American Sustainable Agriculture Project" (NASAP). Learn more.