11/28/2018 - Our very own Dr. Laura Shackelford has been featured in the News Gazette! Learn more about her Virtual Reality Lab here:
11/08/2018 - Six professors from the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences have been named Conrad Humanities Scholars.
11/04/2018 - How did dogs get to America? And how were they used when they got here? That’s what UI researcher Ripan Malhi aims to find out by sequencing canine DNA. -By PAUL WOOD.
10/23/2018 - "Nancy Blomberg, who as a curator at the Denver Art Museum treated American Indian artworks as aesthetic
10/18/2018 - October 18, 2018 U. Illinois News Bureau
09/18/2018 - Congratulations to Floyd Mansberger, recipient of the Illinois Archaeological Survey's 2018 Charles Bareis Distinguished Service Award!
09/14/2018 - Read our Fall 2018 Newsletter!
08/10/2018 - Scholars from across the world came to Illinois for the Human-Animal Studies Summer Institute to delve deeper into the
08/09/2018 - According to a new study published this month by Paul Garber and colleagues in PeerJ, while wild primates occur in 90 countries, 65 percent of wild primate species live in just four countries—Brazi
08/09/2018 - YALBAC RANCH, Belize – The jungles of central Belize contain thousands of species of insects, birds, reptiles, mammals, trees and flowers.
- Highlighting Illinois researchers in clinical and translational neuroscience with unique approaches to improving neurological function and brain health
07/23/2018 - Dr.
- Study: Two ancient populations that diverged in the Americas later reconverged Finding by anthropologist challenges previous research
06/12/2018 - A new genetic study of ancient individuals in the Americas and their contemporary descendants finds that two populations that diverged from one another 18,000 to 15,000 years ago remained apart for