RHO CHAPTER OF CALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, BAKERSFIELD
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Lambda Alpha Rho current Officers:
(The following are the officers for the 2003-2004 school year)
President: Deanna Heikkinen
Vice-President: Linda L. Baker
Secretary: Julie Malcomson / Genevieve Howard
Vice-President of Activities: Rebecca Orfila
Treasurer: Rebecca Nosaka
Club Advisor: Jill K. Gardner
Lambda Alpha Anthropology Honor Society is a national organization dedicated to academic excellence. Undergraduate and graduate students in anthropology who have retained a 3.0 grade point average in at least 12 credits of Anthropology courses and an overall 2.5 in all other classes are eligible to join.
The winning of an annually awarded national scholarship provides $5000 to a deserving graduating senior major in anthropology and a $1000 annual Dean's List award to a deserving junior.
The editorial policy of the Lambda Alpha Journal provides for 50% of its space to be reserved for student publication. This offers a unique occasion for students to see their own work in print on a national level.
Undergraduate students in good standing with a minimum of 12 hours in Anthropology (or 6 hours in Anthropology and 6 hours in Sociology) with a GPA not less than 3.25 cumulative.
Graduate students in good standing with a cumulative GPA of not less than 3.5. Faculty in good standing and connected with Anthropology and Sociology.
Alumni from any qualified institution within 5 years of graduation provided that above undergraduate or graduate conditions have been met.