Lambda Alpha Honors Society

Lambda Alpha Anthropology Honors Society

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The Department of Anthropology at the University of Connecticut hosts the Connecticut chapter of the Lambda Alpha Honors Society.

Students do not have to be Anthropology majors or minors to join the society but must have achieved the following:

Undergraduate Students:

1. must have completed 12 semester hours course work in anthropology;
2. have an anthropology G.P.A. of 3.0 and;
3. have a cumulative G.P.A. minimum of 2.5.

Graduate Students:

1. are admitted to the departmental graduate program, and
2. have a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.25.

The Connecticut chapter engages in a variety of academic and social activities headlined by the annual Lambda Alpha Colloquium , where undergraduate and graduate students present their research in anthropology. Other activities include field trips to regional museums, archaeological excavations, flint knapping demonstrations, graduate school workshops and movie nights.

We are currently looking for officers for the 2015-2016 academic year. Please contact the Faculty Sponsor Dr. Alexia Smith (Alexia.Smith@uconn.edu) to learn how you can get involved.

More information can be found at the Lambda Alpha National Honor Society website.
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Members of UCONN Lambda Alpha Anthropological Honor Society

 
 
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Photos from The Annual Anthropology Student Research Colloquium: presented by Lambda Alpha National Honor Society for Anthropology