Re: Physical anthro / primatology grad schools?
Phil Nicholls (email@example.com)
6 Dec 1994 00:55:40 GMT
In article <D0C2FK.C2v@festival.ed.ac.uk>,
S Campbell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Can anybody out there suggest some good American graduate schools that
>are strong in both physical anthropology and primatology? I am due to
>graduate from USC in anthropology in May, but I am completing my final
>year here in Edinburgh, Scotland and feel very cut off from normal
>resources that would allow me to find this information on my own! I have
>already applied to the University of Michigan, Northwestern, Harvard and SUNY
>Stonybrook. I would like to apply to 3 or 4 more schools, just to keep
>my options open.
>Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated, along with information
>perhaps on some individuals at the universities doing related research.
>I am borrowing this account, so could any replys please be sent directly
>to my e-mail account: email@example.com
>Many thanks in advance,
Contact Eric Delson at the American Museum of Natural History for
information about the NYCEP (New York Consortium for Evolutionary
Philip "Chris" Nicholls Department of Anthropology
Institute for Hydrohominoid Studies SUNY Albany
University of Ediacara firstname.lastname@example.org