Anthropology Graduate Student Organization (AGSO) Upcoming Events

Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 Events and Activities

Symposiums and Workshops

Free Speech and Political Discussion in the Classroom
Friday, October 13, 3PM @ AS 104
The AGSO, in conjunction with the departments of Community Standards & Student Care Services, presents a workshop on free speech and political discussion in the classroom. At a time when political discourse is omnipresent in our lives, it's important that educators have the skills to facilitate informative and productive discussion on these issues. This event is designed to help graduate students, especially those who have or may eventually have teaching responsibilities, to learn ways to approach and navigate politically charged topics in classroom settings.

Spring Symposium
Postponed due to lack of proposals.


Speaker Series

Institute of Mesoamerican Studies (IMS) Speaker
To Be Announced

Anthropology Graduate Student Organization (AGSO) Speaker
Valerie Haskins
Topic: Bog Bodies and Cave Archaeology
Date and Location: Friday, April 20 3PM-6PM in HU 133

Community Activism/Fundraising

Coming in spring!

AGSO Book and Bake Sale
Tuesday-Thursday, March 6-8, 10AM-4PM @ CC


AGSO Social Events

Halloween Party
Saturday, October 28. 8PM-Midnight.
Becky Dinkel's House.
Come in costume and ready to have some fun!

Apple and Pumpkin Picking
Sunday, October 8 11AM-3PM @ Indian Ladder Farms
Come one and all to enjoy a fun filled day of farming adventures! Grads, Faculty, and Undergrads all welcome! Family and friends too! Meet in Collins Circle for a 10:30AM departure to the Farm.

Trivia Night
Date and Time: TBA
Students vs Faculty! Bring you A game!