Broaden your horizons. Anthropology provides the tools to understand human behavior as well as your own place in the world.
A learning experience that extends beyond the classroom. We believe the best way to learn about the world is by directly experiencing it—whether through study abroad, archaeological excavations, or hands-on curation work.
Work directly with faculty. Work in the anthropology laboratory, collaborate on a research project, or design an independent study course to build life-long relationships with anthropology faculty and develop valuable skills.
Travel to Tanzania in January, study Cold Wars in Europe, or participate in Luther's Archaeological Field School right here in Northeast Iowa.Learn More
Gain valuable hands-on experience in collections management, research, and exhibit development. Work-study positions available!I'm Interested!
Collaborate with faculty and staff on field and lab research topics ranging from health and wellness among young women and men in contemporary Ukraine to mound surveying using a gradiometer.Discover
What can you do with an anthropology major? A lot! You can find our grads everywhere from museums to universities to libraries to the CDC.Their Stories