USUSA Anthropology Club
The USUSA Anthropology Club is a community for students interested in all branches and sub-fields of anthropology, human diversity, and related fields. Club activities involve volunteer/service, community interaction, exploring anthropological topics, open forums and lectures, discussing current events through an anthropological lens, etc.
The mission of the USUSA Anthropology Club is to promote anthropological learning and interest among USU students in a way that fosters community, scholarship, and service.
The USUSA Anthropology Club's purpose is to promote anthropological interests and awareness; to promote the learning process of students interested in anthropology and its related disciplines; to enhance educational opportunities of the department and provide further enrichment outside the classroom; to foster ties between the university and community, as well as other anthropological organizations and departments on campus.
The club also exists to provide quality experiences in the introduction and exploration of anthropology as a social science by sponsoring open lectures, forums, and activities related to the discipline. The Club endeavors to provide educational experiences for the student body and larger college community as well as opportunities to foster increased interest in the department as a whole.
Membership in the USUSA Anthropology Club is attained by attending at least two consecutive Club meetings or events, and thereafter attending at least one meeting or event per month. There are no membership dues.
The Club exists to be a community for anyone interested in anthropology, to serve the community (on Campus and throughout Cache Valley), to be a support throughout the members' academic careers, to help members engage in advancing their intellectual and cultural interests. We hope that all members will strive to be a positive addition to that community: bring your unique perspective, skills, talents, and interests.