Friday, March 27, 2009
The Undergraduate Anthropology Society/Anthropology Undergraduate Advisory Board will be holding a course fair this Monday, March 30th @ 5:15 in Houston Hall (Bishop White Room -217).
Advance registration ends next week, so come to get first-hand accounts of the Anthropology Department's Fall 2009 course offerings and get a list of the courses broken down by requirement.
All students are welcome to attend and food will be served. This is a great opportunity for undergrads to mingle, learn specifics about upcoming courses, and chat with other Anthro majors about their experience with various courses.
Please stop by, even if it is just for a short while!
TIME: Monday, March 30, 5:15 pm
LOCATION: Houston Hall, Bishop White Room (217), second floor (next to OSL office)
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Rhea May is a sophomore in the college majoring in Anthropology with a Human Biology concentration, and minoring in Health and Societies. She is from West Virginia, and transferred to Penn this year from West Virginia University. In addition to being academic chair of the Anthropology Undergraduate Advisory Board, she is also a member of Arts House Dance Company and Big Brothers Big Sisters. This summer, Rhea will be interning at the archival section of the Penn Museum.
Thursday, March 5, 2009
Yes you can get paid to study anthro! The National Science Foundation funds Research Experience for Undergraduate sites at universities around the country. These are 7-10 week research/training programs that pay undergraduates to come and study/do research. I found two NSF-REU sites in anthropology running this upcoming summer and wanted to make sure that Penn undergrads studying anthropology were informed about these great opportunities.
The Anthropology at University of North Texas REU (cultural anthropology)
Notre Dame University REU in biocultural anthropology (physical anthropology).
Posted by Amber Weekes at 5:36 PM