ANTHRO CLUB COFFEE HOUR
TOPIC: Natural History Museum of Utah
March 1st @ 3PM via zoom
Want to learn more about the Natural History Museum of Utah (NHMU)? Not only does the museum house artifacts from Dinosaurs to supplies/tools left by different human populations but also allows for professors and students to perform research. We have several Anthropology Professors doing research at the museum along with Graduate and Undergraduate Students. Check out our March 1st virtual Anthropology Coffee Hour to learn more about the NHMU.
RSVP FOR THE ZOOM LINK HERE
MEET THE LEADERS
Hi my name is Anahi and I am a 3rd year here at the U. I am majoring in Anthropology and Philosophy of Science and minoring in Spanish. I moved to Salt Lake from California but have lived in Mexico, New Zealand and a few other places as well. I love to travel, camp, backpack, explore the outdoors and try new things.
Hi all! My name is Lauren and I am majoring in Anthropology and International Studies at the U. I am focusing on ethnobotany, behavioral ecology, and archaeobotany, and i've spent the last two years studying Ecuadorian Quechua. I discovered Anthropology by watching Ancient Aliens after high school as a teenager, so I'm pretty sure that makes me a stereotypical millennial anthropologist. I love travel, meeting new people, and art in any form.
My name is Anna and I am a senior graduating in Spring 2021 pursuing my Anthropology BS with an emphasis in culture and a minor in health. I'm originally from Boise, ID and transferred to University of Utah in Spring 2020. When I'm not working or in school, I love spending my time backpacking, rock climbing, writing, and doing yoga.
Hi! My name is Kendal and I am majoring in Anthropology with a Health emphasis and a double minor in Chemistry and Integrative Human Biology. I am currently working on a UROP in Dr. Webster's lab and I am a pre-medical student. I am from Portland, OR and love to play lacrosse, hike, and ski here in Salt Lake.
Hi everyone! My name is Brooklynn Scott and I'm an anthropology student at the U with a minor in integrative biology. I'm from Sycamore, IL and some of my hobbies include hiking, camping, and drinking a lot of coffee!
I'm originally from Ottawa but I grew up in SLC. I am primarily intersted in paleoanthropology and behavioral ecology. I'm in the middle of a French minor and plan on graduating with quantitative analysis and GIS certificates. In my free time I like to paint, go on walks, and play guitar.