Undergraduate Students

Stony Brook Undergraduates

The Anthropological Society is the principal student organization associated with the Anthropology Department. During the academic year, the society meets during campus lifetime (Wednesdays 01:00-2:30 p.m.) in the Undergraduate Student Lounge (SBS S-506). The Anthropology Society organizes invited lectures by scholars, study groups, excursions to regional sites and museums, the annual Spring Goat Roast, and other social and scholarly activities.

Graduate Students

Graduate students of the Department of Anthropology or the Interdepartmental Doctoral Program in Anthropological Sciences are not formally organized as such, apart from the Graduate Student Organization (GSO) of Stony Brook University. Those graduate and undergraduate students interested in behavioral ecology meet for a weekly Behavioral Ecology Group (BEG) seminar. Those graduate and undergraduate students interested in functional morphology meet for a weekly Functional Morphology Group (FunMorG) seminar. Archaeology graduate students meet at a weekly brown bag seminar.

Masters Students

Stony Brook Undergraduates

There are currently 5 students enrolled in the Masters Program of the Department of Anthropology:


Biological Anthropology

Doctoral Students

There are currently 36 students enrolled in the IDPAS. Their details can be accessed through the IDPAS webpage.