Fort Lewis College, Department of Anthropology
Contact: Mr William Johnson
1000 Rim Dr
About Fort Lewis College, Department of Anthropology
Fort Lewis College is a 4-year state-supported liberal arts college. The student population of about 4,000 is diverse, with 19% Native American and 5% Hispanic students. The Department of Anthropology is an independent department located in the Center for Southwest Studies where it shares space and program interests with the Department of Environmental Studies, the Program in Native American and Indigenous Studies, and the Office of Community Services. Faculty are given a complete range of employment benefits.
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- This employer does prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation/preference.
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- This employer does offer health insurance benefits to eligible partners.
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