Recent Graduates of Hunter’s BA and MA Programs in Anthropology: What Are They Doing Now?
Aleena is currently a Physician Office Assistant at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and plans to begin studying for the LSAT in pursuit of law school.
Chavonna graduated from Hunter College in May 2015 with a B.A in Anthropology. She is currently applying to DPT (Doctorate in physical therapy) programs in the New York area, and studying for the GRE. She will begin volunteering at an aquatic physical therapy center in October. She also just started working as a college laboratory technician at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Tejal is studying for the MCAT, to apply for medical school.
Sean is considering different options regarding when and where to pursue doctoral work in anthropology.
Dilex is a Linux systems administrative intern at Özgür Yazılım, a private firm that provides open source solutions, and involved in initiatives to get more women involved in tech.
Ashley is currently working in the Rowe Scholars program at the Flushing YMCA in Queens - a comprehensive college and career access program that helps youth prepare for their futures. She plans to pursue her Master's in Social Work.
Anton graduated Hunter's BA Anthropology program in September of 2013. He is currently pursuing his PhD at the CUNY Graduate Center in Cultural Anthropology (began in the fall of 2014).
Michael is a PhD student in the Department of Anthropology at Memorial University, in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. He began in fall 2014, after graduating with a MA and BA in Anthropology from Hunter in 2013. He is doing his doctoral research on the anthropology of (outer) space. For more information: http://www.mun.ca/anthro/People/GraduateStudents/Oman-Reagan.php
Gloria graduated Hunter's BA Anthropology program in June of 2014. Since August 2013, she has been the Aquatics Coordinator at the New Rochelle YMCA. She oversees about 15-20 employees and creates, updates, schedules and maintains the Learn to Swim programs for adults and children. She oversees anything that has to do with the pool including scheduling, programs, safety and staff training. She plans to continue on to graduate school for anthropology in the future.
Sakura is applying to both Master's and PhD programs for fall of 2016 with a focus on Biomedical/Forensic Anthropology. She is also interning at the Fingerprint Department at the Office of Chief Medical Examiners (OCME). After completing the GRE exam, she will soon begin volunteering in Professor Herman Pontzer's lab at Hunter - to gain experience working in a research lab and to broaden her knowledge in additional aspects of physical anthropology.