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Undergraduate student activities
Meetings of the Undergraduate Anthropology Association (UAA) are generally held every other Wednesday at 5:00 in the Fishbowl (Gladfelter Hall room 212). For further information, contact the association's president, Kelly Steckler, firstname.lastname@example.org, or the vice-president, Jordan Galczynski, email@example.com; or you can contact us at the association's email address, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Undergraduate Anthropology Association is a forum in which anthropology majors and minors can meet one another as well as interact with professors and graduate students. We include all areas of anthropological study: archaeology, biological anthropology, linguistic anthropology, sociocultural anthropology, and anthropology of visual communication.
We hold bi-monthly meetings where professors discuss their areas of specialization and we organize trips to museums and events, a graduate student panel, fundraisers, ethnic food nights, and other fun events! It's a great organization to become involved in, especially if you seek guidance in continuing your studies in anthropology at the graduate level.