Build on experiential learning opportunities – fieldwork, international experiences, primary data collection, work study, and research – offered in the Department of Anthropology, connect with a peer mentor and learn from other students through workshops that offer opportunities to reflect on and extend your experiential and academic learning.
Connect / Reflect / Project
- Identify how experiential learning has equipped you with new skills and perspectives.
- Understand how the skills and critical perspectives you develop as an Anthropology student can apply to a variety of academic, personal, professional, and co-curricular contexts.
- Build community with other Anthropology students and deepen your understanding of what it means to be a student of Anthropology.
All Anthropology students participating in experiential learning opportunities may participate in workshops; all incoming Anthropology specialists and all Anthropology majors may participate in mentoring and workshops.
How to Participate
For more information about this activity or to indicate your interest, contact Aleksa Alaica, STEP Forward Coordinator in the Department of Anthropology, at firstname.lastname@example.org.