Welcome

Interested in Joining?

Our next meeting is February 24th at 7pm in our new location, 321 Baker Hall! Hope to see everyone there!

Big News Coming Soon!

We are currently working on organizing a big event in partnership with a couple other universities so keep your eyes and ears open for more news as the event develops!

Check it Out!

Check out our new "Events" page to keep up to date with all of our meetings, social events, field trips, and other happenings!

Congratulations!

Congratulations to Daylon Thomas, a Freshman and new club member, for winning our Fall Semester attendance contest!

Free eBook Courtesy of Survival International!

Here's a free ebook about applied anthropology in indigenous communities! Survival International is an international tribal rights organization. Survival’s director, Stephen Corry, recently published a book called Tribal Peoples for Tomorrow’s World. It details the essentials, such as who tribal people are and what problems they face - basically applied anthropology in indigenous communities.They want to make this book accessible to students in colleges and universities around the nation, so they've decided to give it out as a free ebook. Just send an email to the address in the attached picture and they'll send you a copy of the book for free!

You can visit their website at:www.survivalinternational.org.

Field School Opportunity: Morton Village

Here's a field school opportunity for this coming summer, the summer of 2014! It is down in Illinois at the Morton Village sit and is diected by the chair of our department, Dr. O'Gorman! More information can be found in the flyer below!

For any questions, contact: ogorman@msu.edu







Mission Statement

As the Undergraduate Anthropology Club of Michigan State University, we seek to expose prospective anthropologists to a wealth of anthropological topics and the breadth of all areas of focus. We strive to introduce students to resources and networking that will help them to further their professional and personal opportunities. We serve as a means to connect Michigan State University's body of future anthropologists to broader regional, national, and international communities. In addition, we work to bring an awareness of anthropology to the Michigan State University student body and encourage stewardship within the community.

The club's presence on the web will aid our goal by providing members with news, online resources, and up-to-date information about club goings-on. This website should also serve as a way to inform prospective members about our organization and encourage them to get involved.

Contact Us

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For general club inquiries and requests, please use the official club e-mail address, anthro@msu.edu.

To contact the current webmaster, Josh, with questions, comments, suggestions, or polite criticism, email him at schnel11@msu.edu.