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Department of Anthropology

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Give to the Department of Anthropology

When you give to the Department of Anthropology, you're helping our students conduct research and study abroad. You're giving our faculty access to cutting-edge teaching tools and you're helping us provide scholarships to deserving students. 


How to Give

Giving is simple. Just head to our Department of Anthropology Fund online giving form to make your gift directly to our main fund.

If you'd like to give online to another of our wonderful funds, head to the CAS Other Fund online giving form. In the Gift Details section, please provide the name and fund number of your desired fund.

Alternatively, feel free to make a pledge or fill out and mail in a donation form.

 

Funds

To be used for the benefit of the department.

Fund Number: 1a3011

To provide support for a lecture in honor of Dr. Leland Ferguson in the area of African Diaspora. Fund usage may include, but is not limited to, travel and honoraria for guest lecturers and informational materials to advertise the event.

Fund Number: a31563

To provide support to undergraduate and graduate students for travel to professional conferences. The award will consist of no less than $250.

Fund Number: a31564

To provide support for a lecture in honor of Dr. Alice Bee Kasakoff in the area of Native American and Gender Studies. Fund usage may include, but is not limited to, travel and honoraria for guest lecturers and informational materials to advertise the event. 

Fund Number: a31567

To provide support for a lecture in honor of Dr. Karl Heider in the area of Visual Anthropology. Fund usage may include, but is not limited to, travel and honoraria for guest lecturers and informational material to advertise the event.

Fund Number: a31603

To provide support for a Financial Aid award of $2,000 to the sophomore or junior winner of a personal statement contest. The statement explores the ways in which the student is engaging with Archaeology and Anthropology outside of the classroom.

Fund Number: a31758

To provide a cash award of $100 to an undergraduate winner of an essay contest. The essay explores how the discipline of Anthropology engages a specific theme through the discipline's four subfields - Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology and Linguistic Anthropology. The theme will change each year.

Fund Number: a31765



 


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