Like Anthropology for Chocolate?
Posted on January 27, 2011
Learn more about what where your degree in Anthropology can take you at this Special Workshop Friday February 4 11–12 New Yellow Parlour, Balfour Hood (coffee and pastries too!). "International Market Research, Global Brands and Cross-cultural Meaning: Positioning Godiva in the Chocolate World."
Putting Your Anthropology Degree to Work
Maryann McCabe, Ph.D. (Senior Lecturer, University of Rochester and Founder, Cultural Connections, LLC) will the be the Key Note speaker at the 29th Annual Senior Anthropology and Sociology Majors Symposium on February 3rd 6-7 pm Emerson Dining Hall, Faculty/Staff dining Room. Her talk, “Cars, Cosmetics, and Computers: Practicing Qualitative Research on Public Consumption” is a reflection on her nearly thirty years of experience as a Practicing Anthropologist.
To learn more about how you can put your training in qualitative research methods to work, join Maryann for a special coffee hour/workshop on Friday February 4th at 11:00 am in the New Yellow Parlour, Balfour-Hood (jointly sponsored by the Department of Anthropology, the Anthropology Club, and the Filene Center for Work and Learning). To learn more about how Maryann put her Anthropology degree to work for her see: http://www.cultureconnex.com