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  • Center grad student Josh Lynch teaching school children

    Student Teacher

    In 2014, Center graduate student Joshua Lynch began working with the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island Tribal Government, St. Paul Island Ecosystem Conservation Office, and the Pribilof School District delivering hands-on, active learning based lectures and demonstrations as part of a multidisciplinary week of place-based education called “Bering Sea Days”. These efforts culminated in […]

  • January cover of Mammoth Trumpet

    What’s New In The Latest Issue of Mammoth Trumpet?

    Take a look at Laura Miotti’s fascinating research on the Pampean and Patagonian regions of Argentina. We examine the parental species for modern dogs, Gray wolves. Center alumna Angelina Perrotti’s research is featured and there is nothing small about it. Plus more stories we wouldn’t want you to miss. The Mammoth Trumpet is published four times a […]

  • Archaeology Roadshow 2019

    The Center for the Study of the First Americans and the Texas A&M Department of Anthropology proudly hosted the ANTH 304 Archaeolgoy Roadshow Field Trip Course from August 8 – 22, 2019. This year, the two week field trip course explored Ice Age archaeology and natural history of First Americans in the Rocky Mountains of […]

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    Happy Holidays to All

    The Center for the Study of the First Americans is the premier research organization dedicated to understanding the Ice Age peopling of the Americas. Center member support is crucial to research, education, and public outreach. The generosity of your gifts are vital to our mission of excellence. In 2019, Center graduate students conducted research in […]

  • Cover of the book, Clovis Mammoth Butchery

    Clovis Mammoth Butchery: The Lange/Ferguson Site and Associated Bone Tool Technology

    Thirteen millennia ago, in a small creek valley in western South Dakota, two mammoths perished. The mammoths, an adult and a juvenile, likely a cow and calf pair, died at the edge of an ancient pond. The Lange/Ferguson site is the earliest dated archaeological site in South Dakota and one of the few North American […]

  • Cover of American Antiquity Journal

    Choosing a Path to the Ancient World in a Modern Market: the Reality of Faculty Jobs in Archaeology

    A report in the journal American Antiquity titled, “Choosing a Path to the Ancient World in a Modern Market,” by Jeff Speakman and co-authors ranks Texas A&M University as one of the top 10 institutions to get a PhD in Anthropology with a focus on archaeology! We rank 7th in the country of programs to successfully place our […]