Anthropology students have many opportunities within and beyond the classroom to hone their skills, explore the diverse possibilities of the field, and gain invaluable career preparation. For example, our students have…
- Participated in summer archaeological field school programs in Jordan, Israel and Italy
- Sat in on United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
- Studied Food and Culture of the Aegean during a summer program in Greece and Turkey
- Worked in the recently renovated Anthropology Lab on campus to analyze ancient plants, human skeletal remains, and zooarchaeological artifacts
- Merged anthropological and marketing concepts with observational data of a local retail store to propose a marketing plan for improving sales. Partnered with the City Historian's Office on an oral history project
- Experienced Native Americans events, including treaty commemorations and art exhibits
- Interned at the Rochester Museum and Science Center, the Emily Knapp Museum in Brockport, Mary's Place refugee outreach center, the Hillside Family of Agencies, AIDS Rochester, Oak Orchard Community Health Center, and government agencies like the New York State Office of Human Rights
Internship & Research Opportunities
Look for further updates on this project in the future.
Please check back for registration information, visit our webpage more information on the field school,or visit the Study Abroad website for general information on studying abroad. Please contact Dr. Jennifer Ramsay if you have any questions.
Department faculty work closely with students on research projects of mutual interest for independent study credit. Excelling students have the opportunity to pursue a senior thesis project under faculty supervision. Please contact any of the faculty in the department for more information.
Museum Internship Program runs in conjunction with the Museum Studies and Public History minor. Check out what is required for the minor, which ties in well with an Anthropology Major.
Both in and outside the classroom, our majors are putting their "book" skills into practice.
Every year Anthropology majors and minors present original works of analysis or research at this annual event.