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Anthropology Club is an awesome way to meet new people!
Every summer the CU Department of Anthropology conducts an archaeological field school for interested undergraduate and graduate students.
The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) offers students a chance to work alongside a faculty sponsor on original research, and learn to write proposals, conduct research, pursue creative work, analyze data, and present results. For information call UROP at 303-492-2596.
The experience of going abroad is invaluable for anthropology majors because first-hand experience abroad provides insights into the culture, history, and human diversity of another country or world region.
Internships furnish students with an academic as well as work experience and add an important experiential component to their education.
The Anthropology Department encourages eligible majors (GPA of 3.3 overall and in the major) to graduate with Honors in Anthropology by taking the senior honors seminars (ANTH 4710 and 4720), completing an independent research project, and writing an honors thesis.
Students interested in teaching can often make arrangements to assist a faculty member in teaching a class.