The 5th Annual JMU MadRush Undergraduate Research Conference seeks undergraduate research or writing in any Humanities or Social Science discipline. See the MADRUSH call.
Best paper wins $150.
Deadline: 5pm Feb 10, 2015.
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Welcome all past and present students of the JMU Department of Sociology and Anthropology! This is your interactive community for networking with fellow alumni, exchanging information and ideas, finding opportunities for professional development and recruiting current students.
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Thank you for visiting our new Alumni and Giving webpage!
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology relies on the generous support from our alumni and friends to carry out our mission and objectives. There are several ways you can support our Department. No donation is too small.
Gifts designated to the Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology fill the gap for underfunded areas. These gifts are truly valuable because they grant the Department the flexibility to allocate funds to the areas with the most need.
Each year, this scholarship is awarded to a rising junior or senior who has declared a sociology or anthropology major, excels in their academic pursuits, and who has made important contributions to the fields of sociology or anthropology. This is a great honor for a student to receive and your gift to this scholarship will help our department carry on the tradition of recognizing outstanding students. This scholarship makes it possible for students to devote more time and energy into their pursuit of sociological and anthropological inquiries and engagement.
Our 2009 recipient, Lindsay Holt, reflected “Regardless of where I end up, I aim to make a positive impact in the world. I am extremely grateful for the opportunity this scholarship gave me to reach for those dreams. Thank you!” To read more about the importance of this scholarship to Lindsay, click here.
Kay Veith was a member of the JMU community and has been active in working with the Archaeological Society of Virginia and students working through the JMU archaeology field program for decades. In honor of her retirement at JMU this award was established and has been funded by her many friends. The award is normally given to an undergraduate student in their junior year who has shown particular promise and enthusiasm for the field of archaeology and is awarded for use in their senior year at JMU. Donations made to this award go directly to assist students in meeting text book, tuition, or other academic needs.