Research centers and labs
Anthropology Research Labs
Department of Anthropology faculty members are involved in a variety of anthropology and archaeology projects including the Great Basin Paleoindian Research Unit, Burning Man archaeology and has several impressive research labs such as the forensic anthropology and bioarchaeology lab.
Center for Basque Studies
The Center for Basque Studies conducts research on the Basques and disseminates that to a global audience. The center also houses the Jon Bilbao Basque Library – one of the world’s largest collections of Basque-related materials, currently at 55,000 volumes.
Grant Sawyer Center
The Grant Sawyer Center for Justice Studies helps facilitate research opportunities for faculty and graduate students on topics of judicial decision making, capital trials and jury decision making, among other topics. The Grant Sawyer Center also holds events to bring awareness around justice studies and judicial education.
Latino Research Center
The Latino Research Center serves as a nexus between the Latino community and the University of Nevada, Reno. It fosters research, student achievement, faculty collaboration, advocacy and outreach that best meets the educational needs and goals of the State of Nevada and the Latino presence in our state.
Community engagement in the news
From conversations on important social issues, to documenting indigenous heritage, the College of Liberal Arts engages with the community in meaningful ways.
The College of Liberal Arts launches new podcast featuring faculty research and creative work
The program has helped over 500 students gain confidence and reading skills
Anthropology students combine tribal knowledge, learnings to help ‘decolonize archeology’
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Resources for anyone interested in learning about and engaging in antiracism, antibias and antihate work.
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