The Meredith Avery Memorial Anthropology Fund was established in 2012 to honor Armstrong Atlantic State University student Meredith Avery, who was killed in a car accident in December 2011. Recognizing Meredith’s keen interest in diverse cultures, her adventurous spirit and curiosity, her sense of humor and her enjoyment of anthropological field trips, the Fund was established as a mechanism to enable students enrolled in Anthropology classes at Armstrong to participate in outside-the-classroom experiences. These interactive, field-based experiences teach anthropological and archaeological concepts, develop critical thinking and problem solving skills and offer students insights into how anthropology can be applied to solve real-world problems.
Tax deductible contributions to the Meredith Avery Memorial Anthropology Fund can be made through the Armstrong Atlantic State University Foundation at the following address:
ASU Foundation, Office of Advancement
Armstrong Atlantic State University
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31419-1977
** Please indicate the name of the Fund and Fund Number 2658 on your contribution. This is a new number.**
Donations can also be made through the Foundation’s secure on-line site. If using the on-line site, please indicate the Anthropology Fund and Fund Number 2042 in the comment box. The Foundation accepts cash, check, or credit card.