A $1 million grant from the Department of Education has been secured by the Center for Big Bend Studies at Sul Ross State University to establish a graduate degree in anthropology before 2025.
The grant will primarily fund the hiring of three PhD-level faculty members for a three-year term. These faculty members will assist in expanding and developing anthropology courses and regional research programs. The remaining portion of the grant will be allocated to purchasing equipment.
There has been significant interest in the available positions, with numerous well-qualified candidates already expressing interest.
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