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Academic Associations/Clubs

Anthropology Student Association

The Anthropology Club at Brigham Young University serves all students interested in anthropology and archaeology by creating a collaborative learning environment outside of formal classes, establishing mentoring relationships between upper and lower classmen, as well as between graduate and undergraduate students. They also provide a forum for anthropological research and creative endeavors for students pursuing higher education. Club membership is open to all full-time students, not just anthropology majors. Lectures, discussions, and activities are interdisciplinary in nature and provide an opportunity for students to consider their own interests from new perspectives. Dues are $5 per semester, or $8 per year. Activities and meetings are held every Friday. Check Facebook for meeting locations and activity details.

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BYU Emerging Museum Professionals Association

The Museum Academic association (aka club) provides an environment for any BYU student interested in museums—all majors are welcome. The association strives to further students’ museum studies skills, connect students working in BYU museums, and network with museum professionals. Typical activities include museum tours, guest speakers, networking events, professional development workshops, and an annual professional development conference for students. Dues are $10 per academic year.

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