Anthropology is the study of people, throughout time, in their cultural context and the examination of all aspects of patterned behavior, society, biology and evolution. The discipline is worldwide in scope, encompassing all aspects of human biological and social life from the earliest times to the present. Anthropology is a broad, holistic field that seeks to understand human adaptation to natural and social environments. Find out more about our program here.
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There are various opportunities for undergraduate research here at UF, you can reach out to UF anthropology faculty to inquire about current opportunities.
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Looking to complete and Honors Thesis in anthropology? Here are some guidelines and information that might be useful:
Did you know that you can file your Undergraduate Honors Thesis into the UF Institutional Repository? And free of charge? Check out this guide to find out more information: Electronic Theses and Dissertations: Undergraduate Honors Theses.