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Student Senior Theses
- Titles and topics of senior theses written by WOU anthropology majors
- Institutional Review Board (IRB) application
Guides for Anthropology Majors
- Hamersley Library Anthropology Subject Guide
- American Anthropological Association Style Guide (pdf)
- Occupational Outlook for Anthropologists and Archaeologists (U.S. Dept. of Labor)
- Archeology Career Guide (U.S. Dept. of Interior)
- Careers in Anthropology (NKU)
- Principles of Archaeological Ethics (SAA)
- Professional Ethics (AAA Ethics Blog)
- Chachalu Tribal Museum and Cultural Center
- Willamette Heritage Center at the Mill
- Oregon State Hospital Museum of Mental Health
- Independence Heritage Museum
- Museum of Natural and Cultural History at University of Oregon
Journals and Portals
- Anthropology in the News
- Science Daily Anthropology News
- The Arctic Circle
- Cultural Survival
- Public Anthropology
For Educators and Life-Long Learners
- ANTHRONOTES: Museum of Natural History Publication for Educators
- Archaeology and Public Education
- Volunteer in Archaeology: Passport in Time
- American Anthropological Association
- American Association of Physical Anthropologists
- Archaeological Institute of America
- Institute for Intercultural Studies
- Jane Goodall Institute
- Register of Professional Archaeologists
- Society for American Archaeology
- Society for Applied Anthropology
- Society for Historical Archaeology
1) DUPLICATION OF COURSE WORK. Students who simultaneously take two anthropology courses that each require a special book review/report may NOT use the same ethnography to meet both requirements. They must read and write about two different books. A previously written paper may NOT be resubmitted in another course. If the student wishes to do further research on a previously explored topic, he or she should discuss the previous work with their professor and receive permission and guidance on how to make the new project substantially different.
2) LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION. Please read the department’s policy for requesting Letters of Recommendation well in advance of your need-by date.
3) HONORS PROGRAM ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS. Anthropology faculty are happy to work with the Honors Director to ensure that students can design and produce a senior thesis that meets the requirements of both programs. Confer with your anthropology advisor and the Honors Director early and often!
4) DEPARTMENTAL COURSEWORK. All 64 credit hours required for the major must be taken within the department (except for department-approved transfer credits). This ensures that anthropology faculty who will be mentoring the capstone project are familiar with the student and his/her planned research or field experience. Anthropology majors are encouraged to take additional anthropology-related coursework in other departments and should consult their advisors for recommendations. These courses are most often used in a minor or as electives.
5) GRADUATE COURSEWORK. The 500 version of courses numbered 400/500 may be taken for graduate credit. The supplemental graduate syllabus outlines the minimum additional work graduate students are required to complete. Individual instructors typically tailor this syllabus to their course content and format.