Operating since 1988, the University of Georgia’s Interdisciplinary Field Program is an eight-week field-based program in geology, anthropology, and ecology that takes students across the western United States. The program provides students with a uniquely interdisciplinary understanding of environmental change and social adaptation in North America, while developing important technical skills. This year, the School of Anthropology was well represented in the faculty ranks. Jennifer Thompson (Ph.D. SoA 2010) and Kelsey Hanson (Ph.D. candidate) both served as anthropology field instructors. The program will continue until August 1. You can keep an eye on the program’s progress by following the IFP GPS tracker.