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Support Anthropology & Sociology Student Research!

Raised toward our $5,000 Goal
35 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on April 18, at 09:00 AM CDT
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Thank you so much!

April 18, 2018

We've come to the end of our 30-day Eagle Fever fund campaign and we are so appreciative of everyone who donated to support our students. We had 35 donors from 15 states come together to support student research. Whether your donation was small or large, every dollar will make an impact.  As students receive funds, we will post updates on their projects and conference presentations.  Thank you for making a difference! ~ Ann Marie and Bridget

It's Conference Season!

April 04, 2018

April 4: Sociology major, Quenton Gilmore, is headed this week to the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, held at the University of Central Oklahoma, to present his senior thesis, "Implicit Bias in Higher Education: Do College Professors Have Implicit Bias?" His paper was also accepted to the Southern Sociological Society meetings in New Orleans. Your donations-large or small-help students like Quenton have the opportunity to present their research to regional and national audiences. We appreciate your generosity!

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$10 could provide a student lunch at a conference.



$25 could allow a student to photocopy 50 surveys.



$35.95 could support a 6-month license for a statistical software program.



$65 could provide mileage to a conference in New Orleans.



$74.99 could provide high quality digital equipment for conducting interviews.



$100 could provide a student's registration fee for a conference.


Data Analysis!

$120 could support a student's license for a qualitative data analysis program.


Conference stay!

$200 could support two nights in a conference hotel for a regional meeting.



$250 could support a student's airfare to a conference.


I'm leaving on a jet plane!

$500 could support a student’s airfare to a distant research site.



$1,160 could provide living expenses for a student for one month while doing research