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    Nana Asare '15: Building a Career in Public Health

    In the summer of 2014, Nana Asare '15 was accepted into the PPIA (Public Policy and International Affairs) Program at the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy. According to Nana: "Professor Torres introduced me to this program during one of our many discussions outside of the Medical Anthropology course in which I voiced […] More »
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    Internship: Mary Mother Church Hospital Lerang'wa, Tanzania

    Anthropology majors with interests in Global or Public Health have been interning in a hospital in Tanzania. Maye Emlein '14 describes her experience in the Summer 2013: "Springboarding off of Donna Kerner’s faculty lead trip to Tanzania in the Summer of 2013 I began a 1 month internship at the Mary Mother of the Church […] More »
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    Budding Scholars on campus and Beyond!

    Congratulations to the presenters at Senior Symposium 2014 and four Anthropology majors are set to present at the 2014 National Conference on Undergraduate Research. The anthropology class of 2014 who finished the senior thesis presentations this month. Presenting on their own ethnographic research collected in Bhutan, Colombia, Ecuador, Spain, Samoa, Tanzania, South Africa and the […] More »
  • 32nd Annual Sociology and Anthropology Senior Symposium Jan 29 and 30, 2014

      On January 29th and 30th, 2014 senior anthropology majors will be showcasing their thesis research. Please join us for the 32nd Annual Sociology Anthropology Senior Research Symposium. If you are planning to attend the Symposium dinner please sign up! More »
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    Study Abroad Update: Connections to the World in the Heart of London

    This past fall semester, junior Anthropology major Emily Dewet studied at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), a school in the University of London. SOAS specializes in the study of Africa and the Near and Middle East, with undergraduate and graduate students studying everything from social sciences to the arts. Located in historic […] More »
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    Wordly Scholar- Margaux Fisher '12

    Margaux Fisher relishes opportunities to dive into new cultures. When she was 14, Fisher traveled to China with her mother and fell under the country's spell. More »
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    Anthropology Major Margaux Fisher '12 Wins Fulbright to Taiwan

    Margaux's senior thesis further developed her interest in Chinese diaspora communities. More »
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    Student Scholarship: Sally Dexter '12 and Margaux Fisher '12

    Anthropology majors Sally Dexter ’12 and Marxaux Fisher ’12 traveled to South Bend, IN to present their Independent Study Projects conducted through their SIT Study Abroad programs at the World Learning’s Human Development conference on February 10th and 11th, 2012. Faces Behind the Figures: Visions of Progress, Prosperity, and Human Potential was the conference theme. […] More »
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    Internship: RangSutra in Uttar Pradesh, India

    Reflecting on the opportunity afforded to her by the Davis International Fellows Program, Sally Dexter '12 writes: "I had never had the opportunity to study or work with a group of people so closely as the women of eastern Uttar Pradesh. My boss, Dr. Dipti Singh, gave me phenomenal insight into women’s economic empowerment and […] More »
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    Internship: 2011 American Anthropological Association Summer Intern

    Juliana Bennington '12 interned in the inaugural year of the American Anthropological Association's Summer Internship Program in the summer of 2011. She was one of two interns selected from around the country to develop their knowledge of the association and skill in the discipline. After interning with the World Health Organization in the Spring of […] More »