Anthropologists study human communities around the world, past and present, to understand how those communities develop and how linkages both within and among societies, across cultures and continents and over time, create intricate webs of meaning and power. In many ways, this enterprise is the root of study in the liberal arts. As issues confronting human cultures and societies become more complex, the landmark work of our students and faculty continues to shed new light. You can make an important contribution to this work.
Your tax-deductible gift provides our students with encouragement and financial support. It gives our faculty the resources to advance our understanding and knowledge of human communities. It helps to sustain and grow the department's reputation for excellence.
Your generous support for the Department of Anthropology is more critical than ever. It helps us attract and retain the very best scholars and students even as state funding declines.
Your contribution allows us to ensure:
To remain competitive, we need your support for our discretionary fund and funds that support graduate and undergraduates. We have four funds that may interest you.
The Department of Anthropology is critical to the University, our local community, and the world. Your gift can help support the next generation of leaders and thinkers.
Give to the Department of Anthropology online through the University of Minnesota Foundation.
Make a gift to the Department of Anthropology online through the University of Minnesota Foundation.
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