The Florida Anthropological Student Association (FASA) is a graduate anthropology club that sponsors a number of social, fundraising and educational events throughout the year. Annual social events include Potlatch, Armadillo Roast and a book sale and other events during the spring. FASA provides a setting for students to meet other anthropology students and faculty members in social settings. Undergraduate majors are encouraged to participate in FASA activities. Visit the FASA website for more info! Undergraduate students interested in participating in FASA are encouraged to join uFASA, the undergraduate student branch of this organization.
Graduate Student Advisory Council
Members of the council come from many disciplines and discuss the professional development of graduate students at UF. They represent GSAC in I-Cubed sponsored activities—such as Graduate Student Research Day, Ethics Symposium, and Career Panels—attend monthly GSAC meetings, and disseminate information about I–Cubed sponsored activities to other students and colleagues. Learn more.
National Collegiate Honors Society in Anthropology
The National Collegiate Honors Society for Anthropology (Lambda Alpha) is open to all students with a 3.5 GPA overall. The purpose of this honors society is to encourage and stimulate scholarship and research in anthropology by recognizing and honoring superior achievement in the discipline. Within this organization, there are leadership opportunities in the Delta Chapter at the University of Florida. Society members receive the Lambda Alpha newsletter, an opportunity to apply for Lambda Alpha scholarships and other benefits. Induction of new members takes place in both fall and spring.