Anthropology club

Student Anthropology Club

The Anthropology Club is one of the most active student groups on campus. Current and recent activities include working in the UA Little Rock campus garden, participating in Fossil Day at the Museum of Discovery, volunteering at Plum Bayou Mounds Archaeological State Park (formerly Toltec Mounds), a field trip to the (now UNESCO World Heritage Site) Poverty Point, and maintenance and documentation of a historic cemetery.

The club has also organized campus Food Day activities, registered an archaeological site with the state, organized Darwin Day activities, tried their hand at making stone tools, and brought scholars, such as Maya archaeologist Dr. Anabel Ford, to campus.

Find the UA Little Rock Anthropology Club on Facebook.

The faculty sponsor for the Anthropology Club is Dr. Maureece Levin.