’17 Anthro Grads and Recent Alumni Heading to Grad School
Anthony Adams (’16) has been accepted into a Master’s program in Environmental Studies for environmental planning and management with a certificate in Geographical Information Science.
Nicole Claudio (’17) will begin her studies in the Master of Arts in Museology program at the University of Washington Seattle in Fall 2017.
Kait Madsen (’15) has been accepted to the Master’s program in Sociology and Social Anthropology at Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. She will attend on a full scholarship.
Maggie Miller (’17) will attend Trinity College in Dublin for a M.Phil. in Public History and Cultural Heritage in AY 2017-18.
Amanda Sorensen (’17) was accepted to the Smithsonian Summer Institute in Museum Anthropology (SIMA), a NSF cultural anthropology graduate methods training program, with full funding to spend four weeks at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC. Her SIMA project considers how collector identity is represented in a particular collection, analyzing five Cheyenne collections that were collected by four collectors with very different identities. Amanda will also begin a Master’s program in cultural and museum anthropology at the University of British Columbia in Fall 2017.