UVM offers generous funding for student research. Please see the following resources for a full list of opportunities.
The research conducted by UVM anthropology faculty is diverse and various students have been involved with faculty research in the recent past. See individual faculty pages as well as our blog feeds for Faculty and Student Research. Some recent anthropology research involving students has included:
- the study of prehistoric archaeological collections from the Caribbean island of Anguilla
- study of archaeological collections from the American Southwest and Vermont
- osteological analysis of human remains from South America
- linguistic anthropological analyses in Ukraine
- food and culture in Vermont
These and other research opportunities are ongoing for anthropology students. Generally, research opportunities are available to advanced students in the different subdisciplines of anthropology.
How do you get involved? Students should contact individual faculty members with whom they are interested in doing research.
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