Currently, museums, universities and federal government agencies hold more than 100,000 Native American remains of inconclusive cultural affiliation.
Ollie's Storybook Adventures return to ASU's Deer Valley Rock Art Center with storytimes about archaeology, desert wildlife and Native American cultures.
In her work as an advocate for the rights of gay-lesbian youth, Madelaine Adelman helps create classroom climates that improve learning for all.
ASU and the University of Colorado have conducted complex modeling experiments that examine evidence of how hominin groups evolved culturally and biologically in response to climate change.
"Learning to be Illegal: Undocumented Youth and the Confusing and Contradictory Routes to Adulthood" is the topic of a lecture to be presented, Jan. 13.
Learn field techniques to document and preserve rock art sites at a rock-art recording workshop, Feb. 25, at the Deer Valley Rock Art Center.
Children ages 8 to 12 are invited to be "junior archaeologists" for a day, Feb. 18, at Arizona State University's Deer Valley Rock Art Center.
David R. Abbott, an associate professor of anthropology at Arizona State University, will give a free lecture, Feb. 4 at the Deer Valley Rock Art Center.
ASU undergraduate and graduate student changemakers in any field now have the opportunity to complete certificate programs in social transformation.
Jeffrey Kassing of ASU's New College offers advice for those looking to successfully lodge a complaint in the workplace.
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