Re: applied anthro

Ruby Rohrlich (rohrlich@GWIS2.CIRC.GWU.EDU)
Tue, 7 Nov 1995 21:13:37 -0500

This posting is more sub stantive than your previous one, so I'll respond
to it. If you're an anthropologist you can teach in college, community
college and high school. Or you can be an archaeologist and go digging
and do lots of other things. Or you can be an applied anthropologist,
and work for the government in all sorts of ways, or work in a museum.
And this is just the tip of the iceberg. Other anthropologists will no
doubt chime in, because I think we're generally quite helpful, especially
to students. Ruby Rohrlich

On Tue, 7 Nov 1995, Elaine Hills (UND) wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> I feel really silly asking this but need to do so...a little background
> to begin...
> I am a second year honors student at the University of South Florida. I
> have not declared a major because I haven't a clue what to declare. I am
> almost out of required courses to take and so far the courses that I've
> taken that aren't required that I've enjoyed the most are: Intro to
> Anthro and Physical Anthro. So why don't I major in Anthro?? I don't
> know what one would do with an Anthro degree. I do intend to meet with
> some professors here, but wanted your input as possible anthropologists
> in the field. Any and all input will be appreciated.
> Thank you,
> Elaine Hills