The Kenya resident is the 76th Rhodes Scholar in Dartmouth’s history.
Scientists use depictions of animals in Egyptian art over time as a guide to population dynamics.
Sienna Craig writes about what can be learned from the biological traits of Tibetans.
Dartmouth researchers help discover the newest tarsier—one of our distant cousins—in the Philippines.
An anthropology professor and a Geisel professor teamed up to teach a course about HIV.
Dartmouth students in New Zealand learn about a very different culture with anthropologist John Watanabe.
A Dartmouth anthropologist and a gym enable students to appreciate chimpanzees’ challenges.
Professor Sienna Craig says one’s path to personal wellness can have far-ranging consequences.
International scholars came to Dartmouth to talk about remote sensing of past human landscapes.
In 1989, Professor Sienna Craig kept mum about her own life when she wrote about same-sex marriage.