Grad Placements

2011

Chelsea Booth

  • Dissertation Title: These People Deprived of This Country: Language and the Politics of Belonging Among Indians of Nepali Descent
  • Chair: Laura Ahearn
  • Placement: Public Health Advisor, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Fatimah Williams Castro

  • Dissertation Title: The Politics and Everyday Experience of Race in Post-Constitutional Reform Colombia
  • Chair: Ana Ramos-Zayas
  • Placement: 2011: Partnership Coordinator of the New Jersey Partnership for Healthy Kids - New Brunswick, a statewide program for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • 2014: Founder, Beyond the Tenure Track

Emily McDonald

  • Dissertation Title: Risky Embodiments: Momentum and Transnational Medical Travel in the Paris of South America
  • Chair: Fran Mascia-Lees
  • Placement: Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, John Jay College (CUNY)
  • 2012: Postdoctoral fellow in the Tobacco Control Program, Department of General Medicine, at the University of California, San Francisco

Emmanuel Ndiema

  • Dissertation Title: Mobility and Subsistence Patterns Among Mid-Holocene Pastoralists at Koobi Fora, Northern Kenya, New Archaeological Sites and Evidence from Obsidian Sourcing and Geochemical Characterization
  • Chair: John W.K. Harris
  • Placement: 2011: Research Scientist, National Museum of Kenya

Jane Park

  • Dissertation Title: Locating Korean American Adoptees: Race, Emotion, And Out-Of-Place Subjectivity 
  • Chair: Louisa Schein
  • Placement: Bloomfield College

Sarah Schaefer

  • Dissertation Title: Personality, Subjective Well-Being , and Vocal Communication in Captive Male Western Lowland Gorillas
  • Chair: Dieter Steklis
  • Placement: Adjunct Faculty, Central Michigan University's Global Campus

Stephen Merritt

  • Dissertation Title:Controlled butchery observations as a means for interpreting Okote Member hominin carnivory at Koobi Fora, Kenya.
  • Chair: John W.K. Harris and Robert Blumenschine
  • Placement: Assistant Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham