Current Undergraduate Students

Academic Advisors

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Dr. Julian Murchison

Sociology and Interdisciplinary Studies Advisor

[email protected]

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Dr. Brad Ensor

Anthropology Advisor

[email protected]

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Professor Jennifer Hatten-Flisher

Criminology Advisor

[email protected]

Student Groups

  • Anthropology Club

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    The Anthropology Club is a student organization that is run by and for students who are interested in anthropology.  We organize events to share our interests, explore different areas of anthropology outside the classroom, and provide students with professional formation in anthropology.

    Contact Us:  [email protected]
    Faculty Advisor: María Luz García, [email protected]

  • SACJ

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    Information coming soon!

Honors Societies

  • Alpha Kappa Delta

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    International Sociology Honor Society

    Anthropon Katamanthanein Diakonesein

    "To investigate humanity for the purpose of service."

    Purpose: AKD seeks to acknowledge and promote excellence in scholarship in the study of sociology, the research of social problems, and such other social and intellectual activities as will lead to improvement in the human condition.

    If you are interested in finding out more information about our EMU Chapter of AKD, please contact our faculty representatives:

    Also visit the official AKD website.

  • Lambda Alpha

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    Anthropology Honor Society

    Gamma of Michigan, the EMU Chapter of Lambda Alpha, the National Collegiate Anthropology Honors Society welcomes new members!

    To join, a student must:

    • be a current EMU Anthropology Major who has taken at least 12 credit hours in anthropology
    • carry at least a 3.00 GPA

    Aspiring members should plan to attend the yearly Open House Anthro HS meeting in the fall. At that time, they will complete and submit their application along with a lifetime membership fee of $25 to the Anthro HS Faculty Sponsor.

    Honorary membership may be bestowed to Anthropology Program alumni/ae who express an interest in serving as Anthro HS Advisers.

    Anthro HS regular members are eligible to serve as officers of the society. Appointments are finalized at the yearly Anthro HS Open House meeting, held in the Winter Term, when the new officers' roster (one President, and an Executive Board including various Ad Hoc Vice-Presidents) is registered with the AHS Faculty Sponsor.

    The Anthropology Honors Society's goal is to provide a setting for anthropology students to explore resources for academic excellence, recognize achievement in the discipline, and organize activities of professional interest.

    If you are interested in finding out more information about our EMU Chapter of Lambda Alpha, please contact our faculty representative:

    Dr. E. L. Cerroni-Long | [email protected]

    Also visit the official Lambda Alpha website.

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