Resources and Facilities

Technology
Our lab equipment is unique in North Carolina. Only two other programs (ECU and UNC-Wilmington) have a 3-D scanner available for training bioarchaeology undergraduates. That, along with new metallurgical and stereo microscopes in our archaeology lab, allows us to offer students courses and internships in the latest microscopy and 3-D scanning technology used in archaeology and biological anthropology today.

Collections
With the exception of the North Carolina Museuem of Natural Sciences, we have the largest vertebrate osteological comparative collection in North Carolina. Our human skeletal collection and fossil cast collection--used for teaching and research in biological anthropology, skeletal morphology, and forensic analysis--is the second largest in the UNC system.

We house archaeological reseach collections from the following periods: Archaic South East, Hopewellian (Biltmore Estate), Late Prehistoric (North Carolina), Protohistoric (Broyhill Property), and Historic (Fort Defiance and others)

Please consider donating to the Department by selecting "Other" and designating your gift for one of the following funds:

Anthropology Speaker Series
Anthropology Loucks Fund
Anthropology Weller Fund 
Anthropology Keefe Fund
Anthropology Foundation 

Your gift is appreciated and allows us to achieve even greater success with our amazing students! 

Physical Location

The Department of Anthropology is located in Anne Belk Hall. The administrative office is located in Room 342 and all of the faculty offices, classrooms, and labs are located on the 3rd floor.

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