Chemistry professor Robert Parson instructs his students in a lecture hall classroom during a chemistry class at Colorado University.
An annual meeting of the The American Anthropological Association is held to showcase research from around the world. Thousands of other anthropologists usually pay $650 for airfare, $400 for three nights in a “student” hotel, $70 for membership, and $94 for admission. The latter two fees are student rates. If you are unemployed or underemployed scholar, the rates would double.