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Professor emerita Poewe's book depicts the fieldwork experience as an apprentice on an intellectual journey.  >
LiDAR scanning reveals huge interconnected network of ancient Mayan cities. >
Graduate students among authors included in latest ASA Occasional Papers latest volume.  >
Hayashi chairs session at International Symposium on Arctic research in Tokyo. >
Latest publication by Pascale Sicotte and co-authors a unique collaboration of species, habitats and researchers.  >
Larter successfully defended his MA thesis on January 10, 2018.  >
Cote's discusses some of the pros and cons of using "big data" palaeontology and especially one of it's limitations: large gaps in fossil records for the Miocene in Africa. >
Passion for anthropology fuels student's interest in global conversation on inclusivity. >
Some important changes are being introduced in the 2018-19 academic year.  >
Ng successfully defended her Ma thesis on Tuesday Dec. 19, 2017.  >
Munro successfully completed his oral doctoral candidacy exam on Dec. 15, 2017. >
Lahiri successfully completed her doctoral candidacy exam yesterday (Dec. 14, 2017) >
Leeder Haglund successfully completed her doctoral candidacy exam yesterday (Dec. 13, 2017). >
Archaeology alumnus Dan Meyer (PhD '99) hired for 2018 winter term. >
Leason has been awarded a Canadian Institute of Health Research Grant for New Investigators.  >

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