College of Western Idaho's Anthropology Club is a forum for students to explore anthropology and build meaningful relationships with others in the field. We sponsor speakers, field trips, interactive group events, and other opportunities that broaden students' perspectives and present a holistic approach to the study of anthropology. Using the four subfield approach, including the rising field of applied anthropology, we investigate many different aspects of the study of human beings and enhance the opportunity for the student to discover his or her own niche in anthropology.

Club Contact(s)

Megan Carter President megancarter@mycwi.cc

Anthropology Club Events

Anthropology Club Blog

Friday, March 28, 2014 - 9:00am
A group from CWI took a non-traditional approach to spring break this year, mapping and recording petroglyphs at Celebration Park.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013 - 2:45pm
On December 9, 2013 UROC hosted a Harvest Dinner at the Micron Building for Professional Technical Education. This event allowed clubs to come together to celebrate a successful semester and build relationships. There was an ugly sweater contest, as well as a white elephant exchange. UROC plans to host future events like this and hopes that numbers in attendance will grow.   
Tuesday, October 29, 2013 - 10:45am
UROC (United Registered Organizations and Clubs) hosted a spooktacular Halloween Party on Friday, Oct. 25th.  This is the third year student organizations have hosted a CWI Halloween bash.  Nearly 20 student organizations participated, sponsoring booths and activities for all ages, including a haunted house, costume contest, pumpkin painting, cookie decorating, crafts and more!  
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