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PSU Day of Giving

This year, PSU Anthropology is celebrating Giving Tuesday by joining in the PSU Day of Giving.

We are asking for donations to support summer experiences for our undergraduate and graduate students. Feedback from students tells us that summer research opportunities—in the form of field schools (for archaeology, bio and cultural anthropology) or travel for internships to work in museums or non-profit organizations—can truly be “life changing.”

Please consider making a donation of any amount ($5, $10, $50 or more!) towards our summer scholarship fund. We want to send as many of our students as possible to  practice their anthropology out in the world. Your support will make a big difference in the lives of our students!

Anthropology Day of Giving Page

The featured photo is Shannon Hoke, recipient of the 2019 Daniel Scheans Scholarship, who used her scholarship to participate in an archaeological field school in Bulgaria.




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University of Wyoming Advanced Archaeological Field School


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AnthroProjects: Anthropology of Food & Media

The Off the Beaten Track summer field school for anthropology and ethnography is now the longest standing anthropology field school in the world. With over 20 editions in 12 years, we have gathered a cohort of anthropology professionals and enthusiasts working on a variety of projects and sharing their experience in this summer project.The number of slots during our three sessions is limited, but at this point there is still room for some more participants.foodprojectfoodproject2

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Archaeology Field Methods in Alaska-First Americans


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Colorado Field School

It’s almost field school season! Adams State University is accepting applicants for our current field school program, excavating Fort Massachusetts in southern Colorado. This program is designed to be as enriching as it is affordable, for both undergraduate as well as graduate students.

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Maya archaeology field school in Belize


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University of Oregon Field Schools


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