- B.A. in Anthropology
- B.S. in Anthropology
- B.A. in Global Health
- B.S. in Applied Mathematics for the Life and Social Sciences
- Accelerated B.A./M.A. in Global Health
- Minor or B.I.S. in Anthropology
- Minor or B.I.S. in Global Health
- Innovation in Teaching
- Financial Resources + Awards
- Study Abroad
- News + Events
Mathew investigates the roots of human uniqueness and the role of culture in the evolution of human ultra-sociality. She was recently named an inaugural Carnegie Fellow for her work with the Turkana of East Africa, in which she explores warfare as a form of cooperation.
Jeffers, an undergrad, is interested in a range of issues, but her main concern is maternal and child health care access, primarily in Southeast Asia. As a 2015 Fulbright scholar, she will travel to India to teach English while researching local reaction to India's public health leadership.
Global Dynamics + Regional Interactions
This collaborative project teams bioarchaeologist Kelly Knudson with School of Earth and Space Exploration researchers and scientists from the University of Tennessee Anthropological Research Facility and Texas State University Forensic Anthropology Research Facility in examining how different isotopies in the human body behave during decomposition in various environments.