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Biological Anthropolology

Discover Biological Anthropology

Biological anthropology explores human and nonhuman primate variation using biological principles and methods. It involves the study of humans, their evolutionary ancestors and other primates. Biological anthropologists are often interested in studying the pattern of human or primate evolution and the way in which individuals and populations interact with their environment today.

Faculty

Leslie A. Knapp

John McCullough (Emeritus)

Dennis O'Rourke (Emeritus)

Alan Rogers

Tim Webster

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Last Updated: 12/20/18