Collections Manager; Wesley Jackson
The lab is committed to working with students and faculty. We follow the guidance from the University Virus Action Team. Computers, printers, research material and other lab resources remain available for use.
Projects involving archaeological, faunal, or bio archaeological material as well as use of recorders, cameras, laptops, or other electronics will be reviewed case-by-case to determine best available practices. Please contact the lab supervisor, Wesley Jackson ([email protected]), with any questions
The Anthropology Department has several spaces designed to cater to the many facets of the discipline. The ELVis lab is designed for ethnographic and linguistic anthropology while the Bio Lab specializes in biological and physical anthropology. Other spaces are designated for archaeological curation and research. The Anthropology Lab, the primary center for student activity, is located at LMH 249 (see photos). Our old Lab is still located at 31B Lake Michigan Hall, but is used primarily for equipment storage. The lab provides a state-of-the-art facility for faculty, staff, and students. It is the focus of research in archaeology, biophysical, and cultural anthropology research, as well as student activities.