I transferred to Brockport with a major in anthropology after completing my Associates Degree at Genesee Community College. After taking an online class on cultural anthropology at GCC, I decided that it was the right fit for me to work towards when I transferred. While at Brockport I was able to focus more on honing in on my interests which was museum studies and public history. By working at the Emily L. Knapp Museum in Brockport and the Rochester Museum and Science Center I was able to see how a degree in something you love to do can be used to build a career.
My time as an anthropology major at Brockport was a blast! Being such a small department it truly felt like a family environment. Whenever I needed assistance with anything I knew I could always email, call, or visit any of my professors. I was able to build great friendships with all of my classmates through classes and Anthro club. My most memorable experiences in Brockport revolve around working at the Emily L. Knapp Museum. Working with the various collections (mostly antique farm equipment) shaped my future goals and allowed me something to work towards achieving.
My future plans are to attend Syracuse University to complete my Master’s in Museum studies. In the mean time I have been volunteering at the Rochester Museum and Science Center building my experience.
Dr. Keating publishes an article on Cambodia in "The Indigenous World 2015," published by the International Working Group on Indigenous Affairs. (IWGIA). Copenhagen.
Dr. Keating participates in the 14th UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York City, April 20–21.
Dr. Keating presents a paper at the Association for Asian Studies Conference in Chicago, March 25–29.
Dr. Esara Carroll presents her research on refugee resettlement at the Society
for Applied Anthropology, March 2015.
Dr. Esara Carroll talks about International Women's Day on WXXI's Morning
Edition radio program, March 2015.
Dr. Ramsay publishes an article in Mediterranean Archaeology, September 2014.