Association of Student Anthropologists


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Association of Student Anthropologists at the University of MissouriSt. Louis


The ASA (or Anthro Club) is headed by student officers elected by the club members. The Anthropology Club advisor is Professor Ohnersorgen. The club was formed for students interested in anthropology to meet on both an academic and a social level. Goals include encouraging both community and campus service while providing a medium for the exchange of anthropological ideas and values. Projects have included an open house in the department, holiday parties, invited speakers, study groups, a bulletin board, and a file on graduate school information. The Anthropology Club Lounge in 506 Clark Hall is a place for students to relax, study, and socialize. It contains sofas, a desk, a telephone, anthropological and leisure reading materials, and a bulletin board.

What's our purpose?

Section 2, ASA Constitution:
1. To provide a medium whereby persons associated with the University of Missouri - St. Louis may work together  to encourage interest in anthropology.
2. To provide an opportunity for persons in anthropology to meet on an academic and professional level.
3. To have fun.

Alpha of Missouri, the Lambda Alpha chapter of the University of Missouri-St. Louis