What can you do with a degree in anthropology? How big is your imagination? Majors from our department are currently employed in museums, teaching, and contract archaeology to be sure, but also in banking, medicine, business, law, the ministry, and social work. Many of our graduates work before deciding which kind of post-graduate degree they want to pursue. Below is just a sample of what some of our graduates are doing.
Emmett T. Brady '09: disaster relief with AmeriCorps Vista
Sarah Carter '09: studying social work and working toward a certificate in global public health at the University of Washington in Seattle
Nicole LaFetra '09: studying pre-nursing to prepare for a one-year B.S. in nursing
Rebecca M. Warren '09: graduate student in anthropology at the University of Connecticut
Anne F. Gianakos '08: online operations associate at Google
Traci E. Gau '08: business intelligence coordinator at Sullivan Family of Companies
Kyle G. Adams '08: law student at George Washington University
Matthew S. Lobdell '07: collections management intern at the Polly Hill Arboretum, a non-profit horticultural and botanical center on Martha's Vineyard
Julie J. Koska '02: associate product manager, Morningstar, Inc.
Julian M. Murchison '95: assistant professor of anthropology, Millsaps College
Allan L. Maca Jr., '87: professor of anthropology and archaeology, Colgate University
Cameron R. Macauley '78: award-winning humanitarian-aid worker; resident tutor, Boston University School of Public Health