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UNF Laboratory of Anthropology

In August of 2006, the University of North Florida opened its new Anthropology and Archaeology laboratories in the brand new Social Science building (#51). The building is the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified building on campus. The Anthropology laboratory consists of an over 1000 square foot teaching and research space with associated receiving, storage, faculty offices, and archive space. The space is equipped with sinks, laboratory tables, over 55 drawers and cabinets filled with teaching materials.  A reference library includes dozens of journals (both Anthropological and general interest) including American Anthropologist, the American Journal of Physical Anthropology, American Antiquity, the Journal of Anthropological Research, the Anthropology Newsletter, the Chronicle of Higher Education, and the Economist.  The laboratory includes sufficient workspace and computers for Anthropological research and has more than enough space for undergraduate students to complete educational and research activities.   The laboratory has chairs and table space to accommodate a maximum of 25 students, includes an LCD projector and screen, dry-marker boards, and full wireless networking.

Click here for directions to the new Anthropology Laboratory.