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The Sociology and Anthropology Resource Room

Opened in 2003, the newly renovated Sociology & Anthropology Resource Room provides students in the department with a place to meet, socialize, and conduct research. The facility, located on the second floor of Ettinger Hall, houses a library of scholarly books, journals, and articles in anthropology and sociology, graduate school resources and a collection of ethnographic and sociological films. It is equipped for student research with two computer terminals, a flatbed scanner, laser printer, and full access to the research databases of the Trexler Library. The resource room also serves as an archive of past senior seminar research projects.

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Student Jess Warchal conducting research
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Student Sean Anderson cleans bone fragments

Other amenities in the resource room include upholstered lounge furniture, full network and email/internet access, a 21" color television, VHS player, DVD player, campus telephone, refrigerator, coffee maker, sink, and microwave.

The resource room is open Mondays through Fridays during most of the day as well as limited hours in the evening. Please call the department secretary for details.

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TV View
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Workstations
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The Resource Room is also home to Dr. Bones
 


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