Maximizing Success for Undergraduate Anthropology Majors

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To the Field!

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Beatriz Reyes-Foster
Ty Matejowsky

What do anthropologists do? For many of us, it seems that we spend an inordinate amount of time teaching college…More

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Reading the Fine Print

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Beatriz Reyes-Foster
Ty Matejowsky

In preparing our last two columns, we solicited from anthropologists around the country their top pet peeves about faculty-student interactions. …More

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Last month, we offered some friendly advice on how students can make a lasting positive impression (or, at the very…More

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Hey Tye, Sorry I missed class last week. My parents bought me a cruise.  Did I miss anything important. If…More

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Finding Your Yoda

          0 votes

Ty Matejowsky
Beatriz Reyes-Foster

Beatriz here – This semester I have set aside time on Tuesday afternoons to meet with students outside of the…More

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Mind Your Language

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Beatriz Reyes-Foster
Ty Matejowsky

Like many other institutes of higher learning in the US, our school –U of Central Florida (UCF) — requires all…More

Posted in Featured Posts, February, Opinion | Tagged | 3 Responses
Why Undergraduates, Why Now?

In our daily dealings with college students at the U of Central Florida (UCF) — the nation’s second largest university…More

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