The Department of Anthropology has an established internship course, ANTH 498 Anthropology Internship. It is a variable credit course (1 – 15 semester hours and may be repeated for a cumulative maximum of 30 semester hours). The Department encourages students to participate as an archaeological or cultural anthropological intern with the public (local, state, Federal) or private sectors. The prerequisite for this course is having junior or senior level standing. This course does require special arrangements with an anthropology faculty adviser as well as a completed course agreement form.
Department of Anthropology Internships and Independent Study Opportunities
Biocultural Anthropology Internships
Dr. Courtney Meehan offers multiple internships to motivated undergraduate students every year. Interns gain hands-on research experience in biocultural anthropology focused on child development and caregiving, human milk composition, and the human microbiome. Please visit https://labs.wsu.edu/meehan for more information.
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