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  • Friday, March 16, 2:00pm, SSC 2036

  • March Break Open House - Saturday, March 10

  • Archaeology students recently took part in a pottery making workshop at the London Clay Art Centre.

  • Graduate programs in Anthropology at Western.

NOTICES & ANNOUNCEMENTS

NEWS

New Sociocultural Profs Joining Western Anthro!

In summer 2018 we will be welcoming two new faculty members, Dr. Greg Beckett (currently at Bowdoin College) and Dr. Lindsay Bell (currently at SUNY Oswego). Read more...


Andrew Nelson Explores Canada's Oldest Documented Hockey Stick

Professor Andrew Nelson & colleague Linda Howie's analysis of the oldest documented hockey stick in Canada is highlighted in a 5 minute Daily Planet segment on the Discovery Channel. Read more…


Jay Stock Study on Strength of Prehistoric Women

Western Adjunct Research Professor Jay Stock was part of a recent study that showed the bone strength of prehistoric women exceeded that of today's top female athletes. Read more...


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HELPFUL CAMPUS RESOURCES

Mental Health & Wellness

Western offers a variety of counselling services and several mental health resources for students, faculty and staff.  Please visit Western's Health & Wellness website for more information about resources available on campus, or refer to Western's Mental Health & Wellness Resource Guide. Graduate students can contact their Wellness Education Center Ambassador, Nadja Schlote for more information about resources available on campus.

Social Science Technology Services

Social ScienceTechnology Services (SSTS) serves the technology needs of Faculty, Staff and Students in the Faculty of Social Science at Western University. They are located in SSC 1228.  Many of the services offered are described on their website. The Student's page has useful information about software for students and other support services and resources available to them.

 


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UNDERGRADUATE

Why Choose Anthropology?

Safety in the Field & Abroad

Please refer to our Safety in the Field document for important information on personal safety, food safety, medical issues, communication plans, dealing with unexpected political turmoil and many other issues to consider when doing field research. All Western students participating in University sanctioned international activities are now required to enrol in Western's International Travel Registry. This information enables Western to monitor student safety, update students on travel advisories from the Canadian Government, and locate and provide assistance in case of an emergency overseas.For more information about conducting research abroad, please visit Western's International & Student Exchange Centre.

Safe Campus Community

Promoting and maintaining a safe and respectful working and learning environment at Western is a shared responsibility. The Safe Campus Community is an initiative of campus partners offering services and resources to members of the University community focused on keeping our campus safe.

 ANTHROPOLOGY & COLLABORATIVE PROGRAMS AT WESTERN

Museum of Ontario Archaeology

Museum of Ontario Archaeology

Environment & Sustainability

Environment & Sustainability

Migration & Ethnic Relations

Migration & Ethnic Relations