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Future Endeavors of Anthropology Graduating Students

DILEK GENC



"I'm moving to Quito, Ecuador in about two weeks for my year off and hoping to travel throughout South America chasing primates and apply to graduate school back in the US. I'm hoping to work with both humans and non-human primates and eventually investigate diet and disease in graduate school."

ABIGAIL RICHARDS 



"After graduation my plan is to join up with Americorps, and volunteer my time and service as an intern in order to gain some valuable skills and a lifelong experience with this organization. After finishing my term, I will then return to Hunter College to pursue a masters degree in either Special Education or Anthropology.

VALDA BLACK



"Directly after graduation, I will be continuing to intern at the Office of Chief Medical Examiner- Forensic Anthropology Unit. I have been there for the past school year and I assist in current and cold case work pertaining to human skeletal remains. Starting in the fall, I will be attending Washington State University for their Evolutionary Anthropology PhD program. 

I will be working with Dr. Brian Kemp on both ancient and modern DNA studies. I will also carry over the knowledge I gained at Hunter College in geometric morphometrics and apply it to my future research. "