A meeting of the 2011-2012 club.
Statement of Purpose
The Hendrix College Sociology/Anthropology Club is an organization for students interested in the scientific and humanistic understanding of social life.
Student Members for 2011-2012
The three members of the Soc/Anth Club Executive Council are Kris Nickel, Helen Mealy, and Kevin Theal.
Membership in the club is open to any student expressing an interest in sociology or anthropology without regard to race, sex, color, age, handicap, creed, sexual orientation, or national origin. Annual dues are $2.00. You can fill out a membership form and return it to one of the officers.
Club Interest Form(1)
Executive Council and Faculty Advisors
The executive council is elected annually during the spring term. The council is composed of three members of the club who have declared their major in sociology/anthropology or who have taken a minimum of three courses in sociology or anthropology. In addition to these qualifications, members of the council will be chosen on the basis of their abilities and stated willingness to assume leadership responsibility for membership recruitment, publicity, mailings, the conduct of and recording of business at meetings, and the programs and service projects of the club. Dr. Lisa Leitz, Dr. Stella Capek, Dr. Anne Goldberg and Dr. Brett Hill take turns serving as the club's faculty advisor. Currently the faculty advisor is Dr. Lisa Leitz.
In addition to a regularly scheduled meeting each month, the club sponsors one special activity, campus-wide, per term. Special events are planned and organized by a committee appointed by the council. A schedule of upcoming events is coming soon.
Ryan Mays, designer of the club t-shirt.
Sociology majors, Allison Shurr, Katie Falgoust, and Heather Curry at Stonehenge during Winter 2001.