Department of Anthropology and Archaeology

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Community engagement

**NEW CONTENT**

The Public Archaeology Program was put on hold this summer due to COVID and we hope to be back in 2021.

Meanwhile we have some new and exciting online exercises that are targeted at Grade 7-12 students. If you are an educator and need more information please check out our community engagement page! 

Browse our other community engagement projects. Including, Aboriginal Youth Engagement and Digitally Preserving Alberta's Heritage.

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News and announcements


Chelsea Klinke receives graduate citizenship award

Chelsea Klinke has been the recipient of a GSA Graduate Citizenship Award for her leadership contributions during the 2019-2020 academic year. ...

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podcast

ArtsCast Episode 7: Stingless beekeeping in the Ancient Mayan world

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Finds in Tanzania’s Olduvai Gorge reveal how ancient humans adapted to change

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Pre-conference Interview with Dr. Jennifer Leason at the Canadian Science Policy Conference (CSPC) 2020

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In the media


In the News: Julio Mercader Florín, Anthropology and Archaeology, in Sci-News.com

2-Million-Year-Old Stone Tools Unearthed in Tanzania

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In the News: Julio Mercader Florín, Anthropology and Archaeology, in ScienceDaily

Oldest hominins of Olduvai Gorge persisted across changing environments

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In the News: Julio Mercader Florín, Anthropology and Archaeology, in CNN.com

Early humans adapted to major environmental change in 'Cradle of Mankind' 2 million years ago

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In the News: Julio Mercader Florín, Anthropology and Archaeology, in Global News

Discovery of two million-year-old tools shows human adaptability: University of Calgary scientist

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Events


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