Anthropology

Environmental Change, Community Engagement and Wellness Track
Major Emphasis

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Overview

The environmental change & community engagement track of anthropology introduces students to the core dimensions of global environmental change; introduces community engagement and service as key responses to such changes; and introduces wellness as a holistic concept that includes social, mental and physical health in the face of global change in Utah’s communities.

Alumni Advice

Jason Nelson

Tune in to watch Jason Nelson (BS JCOM Public Relations & Corporate Communication) discussing interviewing skills.

The Value of an Inclusive Education

Listen in as several alumni of color reflect on their time at USU and discuss its impact on their careers. Learn from their professional experiences to consider how multicultural education affects students at USU.

Young Alums Panel

Young alums give advice and information about career options post-graduation at our Alumni Lunch Series.

Field Schools

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Anthropology students at Utah State have the opportunity to participate in many different Archaeological and Ethnographic Field Schools, where they can experience what anthropologists do on a daily basis.

Water Heritage Anthropological Project

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The Water Heritage Anthropological Project focuses on the relationship between historic and ancient water features and associated communities.

 

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Scholarships & Financial Aid

  • Utah State University offers many options for financial aid, including university level scholarships and aid available to specific colleges and majors.