The ARVRC (pronounced “aardvark”) conducts scientific research on large-scale questions about human origins and environments spanning millions of years on the continent of our species’ birth. Through pooled expertise and shared resources, ARVRC promotes interdisciplinary collaboration among research groups working across the African Rift Valley to produce a region-wide understanding of human evolution and its contexts.
To enable integration of data collected from all field projects to answer key questions about human origins and environments across the African Rift Valley, the consortium oversees a shared repository of data relevant to this research, including but not limited to: faunal lists, field contextual data, derived data (e.g., dental measurements) and other materials as deemed appropriate by consortium members.
2018 Chicago, University of Chicago
2017 New York
Department of Organismal
Biology & Anatomy
University of Chicago
1027 E. 57th Street / Anatomy 201
Chicago, IL 60637