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Anthropology

Saturday, July 20, 2019

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Department Mission Statement

University of Arkansas – Pulaski Technical College’s Social and Behavioral Sciences Department provides access to high-quality education that promotes student learning and enables individuals to develop to their fullest potential.

Academic Degrees Offered

Associate of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences

Cost of Attendance

Campus Tuition and Fees

Student Life

Anthropology Club

Possible professions in the area:

  • Urban planning
  • Legal advocacy
  • Green Peace
  • Peace Corp
  • Heifer International
  • Social and political activism
  • Military consulting
  • Ethnographic studies for business and industry
  • Research and development
  • NGO and non-profit management
  • Social service organizations
  • Academics

2+2 Agreements

UA Little Rock
Bachelor in Anthropology

Faculty

Allan Lemmon
Instructor of Anthropology and History
M.A. Anthropology

Areas of interest: Historical ethnography, colonialism, and social memory


Mary K. Terrell
Instructor of Sociology and Anthropology
PHD Heritage Studies (in progress), MLA Social Science, BS Geoscience, BA International Studies

Areas of interest: Crime and deviance, inequality, family patterns, and socialization process
Community engagement: Habitat for Humanity, Wounded Warriors Association, Catholic Charities

Professional Organizations: The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP), The American Anthropological Association (AAA), GLOBE.gov teacher trainer, Arkansas Archeological Society, Hosteling International, Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA)