Our collections comprise nearly 2 million specimens.
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The School of Human Evolution and Social Change occupies nearly 78,000 square feet, centered around its stunning historic headquarters at 900 Cady Mall, on Arizona State University’s Tempe campus. We are also responsible for a public nature preserve, museum and archaeological site at the Deer Valley Petroglyph Preserve, and oversee field sites around the globe, including the only American university’s research lab at Teotihuacan, Mexico.
To find faculty and staff and their office hours, it is best to check our People pages, but to locate an office, research lab or center, student computing area or conference room, you’ve landed on the right page. Our buildings are listed here in alphabetical order after the description of the School of Human Evolution and Social Change Building, which we occupy fully, except for a mediated university classroom on the third floor.
Note: Matthews Hall does not have an elevator, so accordingly, we do not schedule faculty or graduate student office hours on the second floor.