Archaeology Labs

Excavation equipment, wet labs, artifact processing labs, advanced microscopes, topographic and geophysical surveying instruments, photographic equipment (traditional and digital), computers, and a dark room are available.

Biological Anthropology Labs

The department possesses microscopes, thin-sectioning, x-ray, photographic equipment, osteological instruments, skeletal collections, morphometric and computer image analysis equipment.

Computer Labs

Computer Labs are easily accessible in Old Main, nearby Ozark Hall, the J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. Center for Academic Excellence, and elsewhere. Windows pentium, Macintosh, and Unix labs are available together with state-of-the-art digitizing equipment, graphics stations, printers, plotters, and software through the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies.

James A. Scholtz Reading Room (Main 332) 

Jim Scholtz received his M.A. from the University of Arkansas. At the time of his sudden death in 1978, he was assistant director of the University Museum. His library was given to the department to establish a Reading Room. Books cannot be checked out of the Reading Room.

Specific Laboratories

Anatomy & Morphometrics
Professor Terhune

Archeo-Imaging Lab
Professor Kvamme

Comparative Morphology Lab
Professor Plavcan

Paleoanthropology Lab
Professor Ungar

Quaternary Archaeology Lab
Professor Kay

Ceramic Thin Section Lab
Professor Stoner

Environmental Archaeology Lab
Professor Vining