The Antropology Club is a community for all majors, minors, and those interested in the field of anthropology at large. Our goal is to create a better community by helping students to learn more about the field, socialize, and create networks. Our activities are informal, and always a good time. We visit museums, tour labs, travel to field sites, and hold weekly coffee hours.
We'd love to see you at our next meeting!
Club meetings are for students who are interested in becoming more involved within the department. We organize lecture series, plan tour and department events, and assist in bi-annual faculty retention/promotion/tenure (RPT) reviews. If you're looking for an opportunity to participate in student government, develop leadership skills, or play a more active role in the Anthropology department, please join us!
Weekly meetings are held informaly durring Coffee Hour, with ad hoc meetings called as necesarry.
Coffee hour is a great opportunity for students to ask questions about the department and the field of anthropology in general, as well as make new friends with similar interests. All students are welcome to join us for weekly coffee hours.
Coffee hours are held weekly.
Every Thursday from 10:30am-12:30pm
Stewart Building, Anthropology Library
Co-Chair: Chris O'Connor-Coates
Recruitment Officer: Brock James
Club MembersAll Anthropology Majors and Minors are considered members of the club. Prospective anthropology students or students who are interested in anthropological science are encouraged to attend club events.
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