Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Anthropolgy, and Cultural Heritage Society

We are a society run by students in order to increase participation in the local and global Archaeological and Anthropological landscape. This website hopes to provide a space where students can publish their work and experiences continuously throughout the year.

As a society, our mandate on Campus is to:
A) Increase student attendance to Archaeological/ Anthropological themed lectures by creating a bridge between the lecturers, societies and students. Societies include but are not limited to the Friends of the Classics Museum and the Canberra Archaeological Society as well as any and all lectures organized and run by the Archaeology and Anthropology department at the ANU or any and all lectures at the ANU with Archaeologically/ Anthropologically themed presentations.

B) Appointment of officers in charge of liaising with each group, able to send and receive information with each society and lecturer in order to organize and facilitate increased student involvement and participation.

C) Create a student society run by students and catering to the development of Archaeological/ Anthropological thought and future careers. This includes meetings with guest lectures, organized field trips and Q & A sessions about job prospects.

D) Create a resource base of volunteer students available to any lecturers or societies that can offer credited experience or education on the subjects of Archaeology/ Anthropology/ Biological Anthropology and Heritage Studies

We don't have anything planned right now but check back soon!

We acknowledge the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which ANUSA operates.
We recognise the continuing connection to lands, waters, and communities of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
We pay our respect to Elders, past and present, and commit to standing with our first nations people.

Contact ANUSA (02) 6125 2444