Anthropology Club President
As president of the Anthropology Club for the 2016-2017 academic year, I planned numerous events, promoted the anthropology department on social media, and worked to promote anthropology on campus. I also began an initiative to promote Anthropology Club members' research, study abroad experiences, and post-graduation plans. This year has seen a dramatic improvement in attendance and student engagement. For the 2015-2016 academic year, club attendance averaged 2-3 people at each meeting. For the 2016-2017 academic year, we have seen an average attendance of 8-10 people at each meeting, and 10-15 people at each special event.
Graduate School Prep Panel, Archaeology Day, Trip to the Cincinnati Museum Center, Spring Internship and Career Expo Preparation Event, World Anthropology Day Celebration, Guest Speakers, Trip to Jungle Jim's International Market, Trips to local archaeological sites
Anthropology Club Attendance improved from an average of 2-3 individuals in attendance for meetings, to an average of 8-10 at meetings, and 10-15 for special events. We are excited to see the club continue to grow.