Explore and study the various aspects of human beings and discover your interests and niche in the field of anthropology in College of Western Idaho's Anthropology Club. Through participation in field trips, interactive events, and guest speakers, involvement in this club can help broaden your perspective of the study of anthropology using the four-field approach consisting of archaeology, linguistics, physical anthropology, cultural anthropology, and the rising field of applied anthropology. 

Leadership

Ez Howell President
Majel Coxe Secretary majelcoxe@my.cwi.edu
Ezra Howell Treasurer ezrahowell@my.cwi.edu
Madison Cain Vice President madisoncain@my.cwi.edu

Advisor(s)

Photo of Nikki Gorrell
Associate Professor, Anthropology

Club News

Ancient  Maya building

Learn more about how the ancient Maya constructed their buildings, temples, and other architecture at a guest presentation hosted by CWI’s Anthropology Club and program.

Darren Parry speaking at History, Healing, and Re-STORY-ation

Former tribal Chairman of the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation, Darren Parry, visited College of Western Idaho for a presentation on the 160th anniversary of the Bear River Massacre.

Portrait of Darren Parry standing in grass

College of Western Idaho Anthropology Club, School of Arts and Humanities, School of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, and Inclusive Excellence Committee are hosting former Chairman of the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation Darren Parry in an evening of remembrance on Wednesday, Feb. 8.

Harlee Dohse and Aiden McDonnell

Seventy students, professors, and industry professionals from around the Gem State were at College of Western Idaho this past weekend for the 48th Annual Idaho Archeological Society Conference.

Anthropology Club

College of Western Idaho’s Anthropology Club will host the 48th Annual Idaho Archeological Society Conference on Saturday, Oct. 22. It is free and open to the public.

Anthropology Club

College of Western Idaho’s Anthropology Club has teamed up the Bureau of Land Management to connect people, culture, ecology, and stewardship and preservation of public lands and waterways to younger generations at a local Boise school.