In an attempt to reach out to more undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni, the Anthropology Department has decided to mobilize our efforts via:
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Please circulate the before mentioned widely amongst your peers and colleagues. The more students we have joining the groups, the more students we can potentially serve and the more networks and resources you all have for academic and professional growth.
1. Undergraduate Anthropological Association (UAA)
Check out their website: Join them on Facebook: /
Send them an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings: Tuesdays from 5-6pm in Haines 352
Check out what's in store for this Winter 2013 quarter, starting in January:
- Here's a of events for this quarter!
- Events to look out for this quarter include a new series of graduate student talks and Grad Student Mixer, a Tea Party hosted by former UAA President Katie Feldman,
more Professor Series talks focused on cultural and linguistic anthropology, and a themed week with the Bioanthropology Society!
2. Bio Anthro Society
Check out their website:
Meetings: Thursdays from 5-6pm in Haines 352