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Internships

Students often elect to do a 3-6 credit hour internship (ANT 462) during their junior or senior year.  There are also opportunities available for students to do independant studies projects (Ant 499) with faculty members.  Check with faculty members you might be interested in working with about these opportuntities.

Internship Opportunities:
Interested in working with immigrant and refugee populations? See Dr. Esara for information on two internship and volunteership opportunities at the following sites: a) Mary's Place, a refugee outreach center in Rochester and b) Somali Community of Western New York, a community resource for Somalis and other migrants to Rochester.  Internships available for Spring, Summer and Fall 2014.

We are also offering a Museum Internship Class (Ant 462/562) that ties in with the minor in Museum Studies and Public History.

Past anthropology interns have worked with AIDS Rochester, Oak Orchard Community Health Center, the Hillside Family of Agencies, local museums like the Rochester Museum and Science Center, and government agencies like the New York State Office of Human Rights.

See the Career Services webpage for more information on internships.

Amanda Foley at the Emily Knapp Museum

Amanda Foley at the Emily Knapp Library and Museum in Brockport

Last Updated 9/11/13

News

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 two articles in Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, February 2015 and March 2015.

Dr. Ramsay publishes an article in Mediterranean Archaeology, September 2014.

Dr. Esara publishes in Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, July 2014

Events

Marjorie Helen Steward Speaker Series presents: 

Prof. Anne Buddenhagen, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Hofstra University, Monday, April 20, 6:30–7:45 pm, speaking on "Special Problems and Solutions to Domestic Violence: the Navajo Example."

Liberal Arts Building, Room 104A/B Auditorium

 

Mediterranean Passages Symposium: Friday, April 24, 8:45 am – 7 pm, in the Eagle's Lookout at the SERC. Dr. Ramsay will give a talk at 2 pm!

 

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