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Off the coast of the western United States could lie remnants of the first Americans migration from Eurasia thousands of years ago, according to SDSU researchers Todd Braje and Jillian Maloney.

SDSU researchers look for signs of how humans first arrived in the Americas

by Paulette Villicana, Staff Writer // January 23, 2018

Two San Diego State researchers have completed the second year of a four-year program of searching for underwater archaeological sites along the West Coast. SDSU...

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Anthropology students use primitive tools funded by Student Success Fee

Anthropology students use primitive tools funded by Student Success Fee

by Adriana Millar, Assistant News Editor // February 27, 2017

The Association of Anthropology Students held a workshop on Feb. 10 that gave students a first-hand look at primitive tool use. The experimental archeology...

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Archaeologist shapes the future

Archaeologist shapes the future

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // September 28, 2016

Although Isaac Ullah is a new anthropology professor at San Diego State, he is a seasoned archaeologist using his experiences to drive his teaching. A...

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