Diversity and Inclusion Innovation Grant
Sarah Hrdy is Professor Emerita in the Department of Anthropology.
Sara Watson - first year paleo/arch student awarded research fellowship. Trish McNeill incoming paleo/arch student receives honorable mention
Professor Smriti Srinivas and her team were awarded a UC Davis Global Affairs Regional Faculty grant for 2107-2018
Professor Margaret Crofoot awarded 2016 Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Margaret Crofoot, a University of California, Davis, anthropologist studying group decision-making in primates, has been awarded a 2016 Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.
Congratulations to Cristiana Giordano her book Migrants in Translation: Caring and the Logics of Difference in Contemporary Italy has been awarded second prize in the Victor Turner Prize competition for ethnographic writing.
National Science Foundation Grant awarded to Koster, Mulder, et al, for $880,000. Project titled: The Effect of Social Networks on Inequality: A Longitudinal Cross-Cultural Investigation
Congratulations to Professor Meg Crofoot who was given this year's Division of Social Sciences Dean's Innovation Award for innovative research and scholarship
Congratulations to Professor Nicolas Zwyns who was given the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Mentoring Undergraduate Research
Congratulations to Professor Smriti Srnivas who was given this year's Division of Social Sciences Dean's Leadership Award
Congratulations to Grace Davis (Primatology) and Justin Haruyama (Sociocultural Anthropology), second year graduate students, who were awarded 3-year NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
Congratulations to Dr. John Darwent who was awarded an NSF-RAPID from Polar Programs for fieldwork this summer: Archaeological Investigations at Iita, Greenland
Congratulations to Grad Student Susan Talcott who was awarded the UCD Provost's Dissertation Fellowship for 2016-17!
New Publication by CARD (2016): RECONSTRUCTING LIFEWAYS IN ANCIENT CALIFORNIA, A. M. Greenwald and G. R. Burns (eds.)
Congratulations to Professor Nicolas Zwyns for being awarded a multi-year NSF-Archaeology grant for his project titled: A Northern Route for Human dispersals into Asia: building a Late Pleistocene high-resolution sequence in the Tolbor Valley, Mongolia
Zwyns-Multi-year NSF-Archaeology grant
Congratulations to Professor Marisol De La Cadena for publishing her new book: EARTH BEINGS, ECOLOGIES ACROSS ANDEAN WORLDS
Congratulations to Naomi Martisius for being awarded $18,086 from NSF-Archaeology for her dissertation project: Standardized bone tools: investigating a new technology in the Middle Paleolithic!
Graduate Programs is pleased to announce its Fall 2015 Rankings of the Top Anthropology Graduate Programs according to students, enumerating the best graduate programs in the country in a variety of fields based solely on ratings and reviews from current
Naomi Martisius awarded the Wenner Gren Grant for Standardized bone tools: investigating a new technology in the Middle Paleolithic.
Curtis Atkisson awarded the Wenner Gren grant for Impacts of Shifts in Social Network Structure on Cooperative Behavior among the Makushi of Guyana
Congratulations to Professor Smriti Srinivas on publishing her new book:A Place for Utopia: Urban Designs from South Asia. Seattle/Washington: University of Washington Press (Global South Asia series) (and in South Asia by Orient Blackswan)
Just Published! Smriti Srinivas. 2015. A Place for Utopia: Urban Designs from South Asia. Seattle/Washington: University of Washington Press (Global South Asia series) (and in South Asia by Orient Blackswan)