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The School of Human Evolution and Social Change is a global leader in the social sciences, situated in the university ranked #1 in the nation for innovation by U.S. News & World Report.
Our faculty and research professionals are tackling some of the world's most pressing challenges while training new generations of scholars, problem solvers, advocates and entrepreneurs. Our staff work in an engaging and collaborative environment that advances student success, research excellence and school operations.
With transdisciplinarity at our core, we are collaborative – working across institutional and geographic borders – and committed to community involvement that meets issues head-on to create sustainable solutions.
Our program areas encompass diverse aspects of global health, anthropology, environmental social science, museum studies and applied mathematics for the life and social sciences. Whether exploring food deserts, water scarcity or epidemiology, bioarchaeology, human origins or the human-land relationship, we are pushing social science boundaries and effecting change. Join us.
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- No current positions available
- Postdoctoral Research Scholar - Center for Digital Antiquity
- Postdoctoral Research Scholar in NAGPRA
- Postdoctoral Fellowship in Transdisciplinary Arctic Social Science with Arctic Robust Communities Navigating Adaptation to Variability (ARC NAV). Click here to learn more and apply.
'Visiting researcher' is an honorary title that denotes a collaborative affiliation with our school.
If you are interested in working with us in this capacity, please secure the sponsorship of one of our regular faculty members and provide that person with the information specified on the following two forms:
Form 1: visiting researcher application
Form 2: courtesy affiliate ID request request
Please note: You must fill in and submit both forms 1 and 2 in order for your application to be considered complete.
Applications may be submitted on a rolling basis during the first year and are due by April 1 every year thereafter.