Anthropology Student Organization
ASO was founded with the goal of connecting those that want to learn about & celebrate the complexities of humanity.
Being that anthropology is devoted to the study of human beings, this field encompasses a variety of interests. For example, global cultures, societal structure, what makes humans unique, history, archaeology, language, evolution, growth & development, community involvement, what connects people, etc.
ASO is involved in regular meetings, events, trips & community engagement geared toward such interests.
Meetings are typically in Lowry Hall every other Tuesday evening at 6:30. For a current schedule it is best to visit our social media accounts or join our mailing list. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or for more information.
Anyone may be involved with ASO, regardless of major. Our only requirement of members is that they conduct themselves respectfully; are accepting of others; and are regularly involved with meetings and functions.