Skip to main content

Anthropology Club

The Anthropology Club is an organization of students and faculty whose purpose is to promote cultural awareness and understanding, encourage professionalism, provide opportunities for professional exploration, promote and encourage the study of anthropology, educate the community on the contribution of anthropology, and become involved in campus and community cross-cultural events.

Traditionally the club has participated in the community by providing volunteer services in both the natural and human environment. Past projects vary from the Boise River Cleanup to Community Education at the local K-12 level. Projects are driven by student interest and involvement. The club has also worked with the Department of Anthropology in sponsoring guest speakers from many areas in the social sciences, as well as individual students attending and presenting research papers at professional conferences.

Students interested in the Anthropology Club should send one of the club officers listed an email or attend one of the club meetings. Announcements of meetings or other events are usually emailed, circulated in classes, posted on the Anthropology Department bulletin board, or posted here on the Anthropology Club web page.

Meeting Times (Meeting locations will be posted on the club Facebook page)

Being involved with club activities is a great way to stay engaged on a professional and personal note.  We look forward to a fun and engaging year with lots of plans and activities.


President:  Sally Clark

Vice President:  Sam Anderson

Secretary:  Emalee Hancock