Anthropology explores what it means to be human. It does so by acknowledging the full range of our cultural, biological, and linguistic diversity across space and time. From corporate boardrooms to expanding urban communities, from remote geographical settings to the most familiar locales, anthropologists can be found asking difficult questions about how we see the world, how moral and material interests shape our lives, how we have evolved as a species, and how human societies continue to change. Anthropological research enhances self-understanding, offers practical solutions to global problems, and influences policy-making, business practices, and political activism in international and domestic arenas. No other discipline can match the holistic vision of anthropology, which studies all aspects of the human condition, producing knowledge that is experience-based, theoretical, and applied.