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From Israeli digs to Greenland villages, UChicagoans travel the world for research

A photo of a mountain in Nuuk, Greenland

Pursuing the answers to interesting research questions often takes members of the University of Chicago community to fascinating corners of the world. 

This summer, some UChicago faculty and students enjoyed experiences out in the field—from examining ancient archaeological sites to doing research on Arctic glaciers to studying languages in Mexico and Greenland. Learn about their travels and research in the dispatches below.

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