Give to the Department of Anthropology!
Your gift counts! Every gift made to the Department of Anthropology helps the department advance toward a higher level of teaching and research. Whether you give annually, establish an endowment, give to an existing scholarship, or make a one time donation to the department, there is a giving opportunity and method to match every interest at every level. Help the department grow and cultivate the best and brightest students!
The scholarships available to donate are listed below with a brief explanation. If you would like to donate to the various activities the department holds throughout the semester, you can also give to our unrestricted gift account.
To access the online giving page, please click on the scholarship you would like to donate to below:
- UNT Anthropology Scholarship for Racial Justice
The new Anthropology Scholarship for Racial Justice is for both undergraduate and graduate students researching issues related to race, racism, and social justice.
- The Re Calderon Scholarship
The Re Calderón Scholarship was established in memory of Salustia Arteaga and goes to an anthropology graduate student interested in social justice issues.
- Larry Lee Naylor Memorial Scholarship
The Larry Lee Naylor Memorial Scholarship for an outstanding undergraudate student honors Dr. Naylor's legacy as the founding chairman of the Anthropology Department at the University of North Texas.
- Applied Anthropology Scholarship
This scholarship supports graduate students in the Applied Anthropology Master's Program.
- Anthropology General Support Fund
This fund supports the various activities the department holds throughout the semester.
If you are interested in creating your own endowed scholarship, please contact our Department Chair.
We are proud of our accomplishments and constantly strive to improve our standing in the College, the University, and the larger Anthropology discipline. We aim to build on this momentum and cement our position as an outstanding undergraduate program in Cultural Anthropology and as one of the premier terminal master's programs in the nation in Applied Cultural Anthropology.
Donors play a key role in these efforts and can participate through a variety of giving opportunities. You can make an important difference in the life of the department by supporting scholarships for undergraduates and/or funding of department initiatives.
Thank you for your donations!