In the fields of history and anthropology, many students have achieved academic success and made great strides in learning and research. The department encourages such students at Monmouth to seek membership into two distinct honor societies:
The purpose of these societies is to promote research and scholarship in their respective field and bring students together with accomplished faculty and specialists. Please click on the links above to learn more about eligibility and to apply for membership.
History and Anthropology Club
Monmouth University Box: 31
Contact: Melissa Ziobro
The purpose of the club is to promote fellowship among anthropology and history majors. The society welcomes all Monmouth students to participate in lectures and activities that stimulate interest in the various ethnic cultures that exist both on and off campus.
Geographical Information Systems Club (GIS Club)
c/o Office of Student Activities
Contact: Geoffrey Fouad
The GIS Club creates opportunities for club members to showcase GIS skills and fosters collaborations and community service work. The club gives members an opportunity to participate in GIS competitions and for practical and realistic experience in related professions.