CSU anthropologist: History offers lesson about decline of large mammals

As appearing in CSU SOURCE | 10.9.19 CSU anthropologist: History offers lesson about decline of large mammals Tony Phifer The effect of the extinctions of numerous large mammal species around 12,000 years ago is still being felt today and could provide a preview of what’s to come as several existing large mammal species find themselves […]

Cultural Anthropology Professor Katherine Browne named 2019 University Distinguished Professor

As appearing on CLA SOURCE | 05.10.19 The College of Liberal Arts Celebrates University Distinguished Faculty The College of Liberal Arts is celebrating the accomplishments of our professors as they become University Distinguished Faculty. Three professors have recently accepted 2019 University awards ranking their performance among the highest and most outstanding that Colorado State University […]

Anthropology PhD student Ray Sumner’s research featured on Council of Graduate Schools’ GradImpact project

As appearing on Council of Graduate Schools | 05.09.19 Grad Impact: Using Traditional and Emerging Technology to Better Understand U.S. History As a first-year doctoral student in anthropology at Colorado State University, Ray Sumner believes public outreach and public archaeology are important aspects of his research. Sumner’s doctoral project is a multifaceted, interdisciplinary approach that […]