Dear Anthropology Students,
During these unusual times, we want you to know that the Department of Anthropology is working at full steam (just remotely) and we are here for you! Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us regarding any questions, whether it is academic, or otherwise. We recognize there have been a lot of transitions in such a short time and we hope everyone is managing and staying safe.
There are still two faculty advisors available to meet with you. We are holding office hours via Zoom — just send a quick email to let us know that you’d like to talk with us and we’ll provide you with a link to a zoom meeting. We especially encourage you to get in touch with us if you have questions about Fall 2020 course enrollment.
Kyra Stull has office hours Mondays 2:45 - 3:45 p.m., Wednesdays 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., and by appointment.
Mikaela Rogozen-Soltar has office hours Tuesdays 1 – 4 p.m. and by appointment.
You can also contact the department chair, Caroln White with questions.
The University has gathered some resources and answers to questions for students regarding the coronavirus. Included on this site is information about emergency funds, Pack Provisions, computer access and pro-rated housing refunds.
Some information that may be helpful to you during this transition to online learning:
Free/reduced price internet options
For students working remotely, there are two companies offering free internet for 60 days. Spectrum: to enroll in the program, call (844) 488-8395. Comcast Xfinity: Installation fees will be waived for new student households. Comcast will also give complimentary internet essentials service for 60 days to new customers and will continue to provide a low-income household rate of $9.95 for new and existing customers. To sign up, applicants can visit the Internet Essentials website, which includes the option to video chat with customer service agents in American Sign Language, or call (855) 846-8376 for English and (855) 765-6995 for Spanish.
Emergency funds application
An additional $50,000 has been added to the ASUN Marczynski Student Emergency Fund and Tuition Emergency Fund to help provide financial support to students in emergency circumstances. Students can submit their application online.
Hang in there, and know that the Department of Anthropology is here for you!
All the best,
Drs. Rogozen-Soltar and Stull