After more than 50 years, the most heavily utilized academic building on the Fort Collins main campus is getting a makeover.
The College of Liberal Arts acknowledges the accomplishments and efforts of the outstanding faculty, staff, and volunteers for 2022.
Department Exhibition Gallery and Student Lounge Opens Josh Zaffos This spring, the Department of Anthropology and Geography at Colorado State University opened a new public exhibit space and student lounge inside the Andrew G. Clark Building. Students and professors curated and prepared materials from department collections of stone tools, cultural artifacts, skull and skeleton casts, […]
Preserving the Planet… One Point Cloud at a Time Dr. Chris Fisher’s keynote at Geo Week 2022 expressed the urgency of documenting and studying the planet as completely as possible – before it is irrevocably changed. APRIL 19, 2022 Carla Lauter This article was originally published at GeoWeek News. Reprinted with permission. At the 2022 […]
Study: Climatic variability might not drive evolutionary change as much as previously thought By University of Arizona A study led by University of Arizona researchers and Colorado State University Assistant Professor Andrew Du has combined climate-change data during the last 3.5 million years and fossil evidence of mammals in Africa to reveal that times of […]
CSU Professor Emeritus Kate Browne recruited anthropology graduate students Joshua Bauer and Shadi Azadegan (M.A. ’21) for a FEMA-funded project focused on reducing barriers and misperceptions surrounding COVID vaccines in marginalized communities.
New Study Calls Into Question the Importance of Meat Eating in Shaping Our Evolution George Washington University Additional Content by Josh Zaffos Quintessential human traits such as large brains first appear in Homo erectus nearly 2 million years ago. This evolutionary transition towards human-like traits is often linked to a major dietary shift involving greater […]
Slow and Steady Wins the Degree CSU Human Resources Specialist Earns her Anthropology Joshua Zaffos Shelly Lynch came to work in Human Resources at Colorado State University in June 1993, building a lifelong career and earning her share of promotions and new responsibilities on campus over the years while also raising a family. This weekend, […]
Out, Standing in the Field CSU Paleontology Field School Rides Again in Summer 2021 Joshua Zaffos Natalie Freeman, Anthropology and Art double-major, collecting fossil materials from the Willwood Formation in the Bighorn Basin Colorado State University Anthropology student Natalie Freeman is doubled over, staring at the sun-scorched ground of the Wyoming badlands. A few yards away, Isabelle Dones, another […]
The C.B. Moore Award annually recognizes a preeminent young scholar in the field of Southeastern United States archaeology.