Undergraduate Anthropology Student Association (UASA) | Department of Anthropology

Undergraduate Anthropology Student Association (UASA)

Organization Purpose:
We are a social and academic student group, focusing on cultivating community, public service, and cultural awareness. We spend our time learning how best to navigate the academic and professional worlds as aspiring anthropologists and culture enthusiasts, while educating ourselves and others about the world we live in. We also host social events to create a welcoming and fun atmosphere for our students to bond over. Our events typically happen Bi-weekly within the Anthropology Department. Check us out in Lefty's Lounge, Sycamore 119! We have semester dues of $10 to help support our events and activities, you can touch base with our officers to discuss due payments or options.

UASA Officers:

President: Anneka Eastman (She/Her)

Outreach Coordinator: Dorothy Elsner (She/They)

Secretary: Amelia Collins (She/Her)

Treasurer: Faith Sandstrum (She/Her)


Past Events have included: community clothing/home goods swap, game nights, movie nights, registration help, study halls, arts/crafts and more!! For the Spring 2024 semester meetings are every other Tuesday from 4-5pm in Lefty's Lounge. Our final meeting is Tuesday April 23rd where we will be hosting 2024-2025 UASA Officer Elections! All positions will be open: President, Treasurer, Secretary, and Outreach Coordinator.

To get involved, send us an email at uasa@unt.edu and watch for our upcoming events on the UASA Instagram @UASA.UNT and the UNT Anthropology Instagram @untanthropology