The Mississippi State University Libraries provides a vast array of research services to meet the changing needs of faculty, students and researchers. The following is a listing of research services available.
The Digital Media Center offers a number of services from printing and laminating to assistance with a large expanse of the latest software. We have staff and lab assistants available for your convenience to help you with problems and/or questions.
The Department of Anthropology & Middle Eastern Cultures offers studies in the histories and cultures of the Middle East and of the Americas. A degree in AMEC concentrates on the study of humans as both biological and cultural beings, who may be investigated by means of several sub-disciplines.
A research and service unit of the College of Arts & Sciences promoting archaeological research and education related to the Middle Eastern origins of Western Civilization and to the Indians of the South, particularly in MS. The Institute's facilities house the Lois Dowdle Cobb Museum of Archaeology and its artifact collections. The Institute also manages a separate facility for the curation of research collections.
NASA provides a network of students across the subfields of anthropology and directly addresses issues that are of interest to both undergraduate and graduate students, including finding jobs, attending graduate school, fieldwork programs, networking, and much more!
The NAPA Job Center is designed to connect practicing anthropologists with potential employers. If you are an anthropologist looking for a job in your area of expertise or if you are an employer looking for a practicing anthropologist as an employee or consultant, the Job Center can help you.