2011 News Coverage

2011 Featured Science

Tracking Lineage Through a Bramble New York Times

2012 News Coverage

2012 Featured Science

A Hello to Arms: Early and enduring microlith technology
gave modern humans the edge

Nature Print edition cover

2013 News Coverage

2013 Featured Science

A Grassy Trend in Human Ancestors

2014 News Coverage

2014 Featured Science


Evolutionary Foundations of Human Uniqueness

2015 News Coverage

2015 Featured Science

Discovery of jaw by IHO team sheds light on early Homo

2016 News Coverage


Bill Kimbel

Inconvenient Truths: From Love to Extinctions
ASU Origins Project video (Marean panel member)


Establish a Scholarship

If you would like to establish a new scholarship, please contact:

William Kimbel, IHO Director
(wkimbel.iho@asu.edu or 480.727.6582)

William Kavan, CLAS Development Director
(william.kavan@asu.edu or 480.965.7546).


IHO Facts

The Institute of Human Origins is one of the preeminent research organizations in the world devoted to the science of human origins.

A research center of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, IHO pursues an integrative strategy for research and discovery central to its over 30-year-old founding mission, bridging social, earth, and life science approaches to the most important questions concerning the course, causes, and timing of events in the human career over deep time.