NASA GUIDE TO ANTHROPOLOGY CLUBS
Donald Scott Wesolowski, Editor
The National Association of Student Anthropologists was founded in 1985 and became a Section of the American Anthropological Association in 1986. The organization works to establish a greater voice for students within the AAA and promote the interests of all anthropology students. NASA encourages greater communication between students at different universities and provides information on opportunities available to students. NASA aids students' professional development through workshops and publications, and provides leadership opportunities within a national organization.
This Guide is the culmination of years of effort, research on anthropology clubs, feedback, input and revisions. It involved the efforts of many people, including the NASA Anthropology Club Handbook Committee, NASA officers, and anthropology club officers and members from around the country.
The Guide has been designed to provide you with a step by step overview on how to start your club, how to attract members to meetings, ideas for club activities, tips on fund raising, and a list of NASA University Representatives to encourage inter-club and inter-departmental communication. (Donald Scott Wesolowski and Teresa M. Alasio)
Contents of the NASA Guide to Anthropology Clubs
Donald Scott Wesolowski and Teresa M. Alasio
Communication Between Graduates and Undergraduates: A Lost Art?
Political Activities and Your Club
Themes for Anthropology Clubs
Circular Byways: On Editing an Anthropology Student Newsletter
Advice from Anthropology Clubs
Notes on Anthro Clubs from a Bitter, Crusty Old Grad Student
Ideas for Anthropology Club Activities
A Final Word of Advice
Teresa M. Alasio