Anthropology Graduate Student Organization (AGSO) Upcoming Events
Spring 2015 Events and Activities
Symposiums and Workshops
Student Research Symposium
Friday, April 24th 4-8 pm
Campus Center 375
Graduate students from the Anthropology Department will be presenting their research. Come by to see what students are currently researching in the Anthropology Department!
CV, Resume, and Cover Letter Workshop
Friday, April 3rd 12:00 pm
Come join the AGSO as we work on creating and refining CV’s, resumes and cover letters. Documents will be shared among participants. This sharing allows participants the chance to critique and correct others works, while having the same done to their own. Examples of job ready documents will be provided as a frame of reference.
Dr. Cynthia Kristan-Graham
Wednesday, March 4th 11:45-1:30
"Cacao, Causeways, and Commerce: A New Reading of Northwestern Chichen Itza" Reception to follow.
AGSO Book and Bake Sale
Wednesday, April 29 and Thursday, April 30 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Campus Center Lobby
We will be selling baked goods and books in the Campus Center lobby to raise funds for the AGSO. Please remember that fundraising events such as this directly help fund AGSO events, so the more people help, the better our events will be (i.e. have more food and drinks)! Come by for snacks and new reading material!
Coffee and Cigarettes - Movie with SOS
Wednesday, February 25th, 5-7 pm
A&S 357 (Sociology Conference Room)
The film is a comic series of short vignettes built on one another to create a cumulative effect, as the characters discuss things as diverse as caffeine popsicles, Paris in the '20s, and the use of nicotine as an insecticide --all the while sitting around sipping coffee and smoking cigarettes. As director Jim Jarmusch delves into the normal pace of our world from an extraordinary angle, he shows just how absorbing the obsessions, joys, and addictions of life can be, if truly observed.
Miss Representation - AGSO Movie Night with SOS
Monday, March 30th 7:30 pm
We will be watching Miss Representation, a film that explores the under-representation of women in positions of power and influence in America, and challenges the media's limited portrayal of what it means to be a powerful woman. As usual, refreshments will be provided.