Spring is in the air!
A return to in-person instruction brings new challenges and opportunities. The Department of Anthropology thanks faculty, staff, students, and support services for their patience and flexibility through Winter Quarter's uncertain start. We recognize a more limited offering of courses as unexpected circumstances have forced us to make last minute changes to the class schedule. We apologize for the inconveniences created by this unavoidable situation.
We welcome Professor Casey Walsh back from sabbatical to serve as Department Chair and thank Associate Professor Sarah McClure for her Herculean effort as Acting Chair at the helm of Fall and Winter quarters with all of their changes.Thank you!
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Department is currently extremely short-staffed, with both Undergraduate and Graduate Program Coordinators having taken new positions elsewhere on campus and the Business Officer out on a Leave of Absence. We ask for your patience as we navigate this challenging time. Staff continue to work hybrid schedules in home and campus offices. Always check with the staff member if you need a person-to-person meeting and verify when they will be in their campus office.