Mentor hasserved onMA/PhDcommitteesoutside of theirdisciplineMentor ORMentee hasattended MOREthan threeconferences inone yearopenMentorcollaborateswith researchersand departmentsoutside ofAnthropologyMentor OR Menteemajored insomething otherthan Anthropology fortheirBachelor’s degreeMentor ORMentee hascompetencyin more thanone languageMentor ORMenteeis currently inthe grantwriting orapplicationprocessMentee knowsat least twomembers oftheir “academiclineage”openMentor works withindigenous ormarginalized groups(and includes them inpublication orcommunity-basedprojects)openMentor served asa postdoctoralresearcher beforebecoming a facultymemberMentee’s thesisor dissertationresearch hasbeen impactedby COVID-19Mentor OR Menteehas met orcollaborated withanother researcherthey met throughonline networking(e.g. Twitter)Mentor ORMentee pickedup a new hobbyduring theCOVID-19pandemicMentee hasattended afield schoolor methodsschoolMentor ORMentee uses Rinstead of otherstat platforms(e.g. SPSS,SAS)Mentor ORMentee has aleadership positionin an Anthropologyor field-relatedorganizationMentor hasproduced, taken partin, or beeninterviewed in adocumentary, visualanthropology project,etc.Mentor is a memberof a department thatis not Anthropologyor is affiliated withanother school ordepartmentMentor stillhas arelationshipwith their ownPhD advisorMentor has hadinformal mentors(outside of their MA,PhD, or Postdocadvisors) duringtheir researchcareerMentor engages incommunityoutreach,education, orprograms with thecommunity withwhom they workMentor haswritten orbeen theeditor of abookMentor hasserved onMA/PhDcommitteesoutside of theirdisciplineMentor ORMentee hasattended MOREthan threeconferences inone yearopenMentorcollaborateswith researchersand departmentsoutside ofAnthropologyMentor OR Menteemajored insomething otherthan Anthropology fortheirBachelor’s degreeMentor ORMentee hascompetencyin more thanone languageMentor ORMenteeis currently inthe grantwriting orapplicationprocessMentee knowsat least twomembers oftheir “academiclineage”openMentor works withindigenous ormarginalized groups(and includes them inpublication orcommunity-basedprojects)openMentor served asa postdoctoralresearcher beforebecoming a facultymemberMentee’s thesisor dissertationresearch hasbeen impactedby COVID-19Mentor OR Menteehas met orcollaborated withanother researcherthey met throughonline networking(e.g. Twitter)Mentor ORMentee pickedup a new hobbyduring theCOVID-19pandemicMentee hasattended afield schoolor methodsschoolMentor ORMentee uses Rinstead of otherstat platforms(e.g. SPSS,SAS)Mentor ORMentee has aleadership positionin an Anthropologyor field-relatedorganizationMentor hasproduced, taken partin, or beeninterviewed in adocumentary, visualanthropology project,etc.Mentor is a memberof a department thatis not Anthropologyor is affiliated withanother school ordepartmentMentor stillhas arelationshipwith their ownPhD advisorMentor has hadinformal mentors(outside of their MA,PhD, or Postdocadvisors) duringtheir researchcareerMentor engages incommunityoutreach,education, orprograms with thecommunity withwhom they workMentor haswritten orbeen theeditor of abook

HBA Bingo - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. Mentor has served on MA/PhD committees outside of their discipline
  2. Mentor OR Mentee has attended MORE than three conferences in one year
  3. open
  4. Mentor collaborates with researchers and departments outside of Anthropology
  5. Mentor OR Mentee majored in something other than Anthropology for their Bachelor’s degree
  6. Mentor OR Mentee has competency in more than one language
  7. Mentor OR Mentee is currently in the grant writing or application process
  8. Mentee knows at least two members of their “academic lineage”
  9. open
  10. Mentor works with indigenous or marginalized groups (and includes them in publication or community-based projects)
  11. open
  12. Mentor served as a postdoctoral researcher before becoming a faculty member
  13. Mentee’s thesis or dissertation research has been impacted by COVID-19
  14. Mentor OR Mentee has met or collaborated with another researcher they met through online networking (e.g. Twitter)
  15. Mentor OR Mentee picked up a new hobby during the COVID-19 pandemic
  16. Mentee has attended a field school or methods school
  17. Mentor OR Mentee uses R instead of other stat platforms (e.g. SPSS, SAS)
  18. Mentor OR Mentee has a leadership position in an Anthropology or field-related organization
  19. Mentor has produced, taken part in, or been interviewed in a documentary, visual anthropology project, etc.
  20. Mentor is a member of a department that is not Anthropology or is affiliated with another school or department
  21. Mentor still has a relationship with their own PhD advisor
  22. Mentor has had informal mentors (outside of their MA, PhD, or Postdoc advisors) during their research career
  23. Mentor engages in community outreach, education, or programs with the community with whom they work
  24. Mentor has written or been the editor of a book