Undergrad Peer Advisor - Elizabeth Rosen
Elizabeth is a senior on the Archaeology & Heritage track. Over the past several years, she has excavated in Guatemala, Peru, and England. She's also spent time in Germany, Turkey, and Palo Alto to research the feasibility of archaeology as a tool for economic development. She's happy to talk about the major, departmental and University-wide grants, studying abroad, balancing school with extracurriculars (like club sports and the job search), and college life in general. And she might bring cookies.
Degree Program: Anthropology
Area of Concentration: Archaeology & Heritage
Graduation quarter & year: Spring 2013
Thesis or other research project: Archaeology as a tool for international economic development
Why Anthropology: I'm passionate about history, travel, and languages, and Anthropology is where they collide.
Favorite class / professor: Favorite Class - Forensic Anthropology; Favorite Professor - John Rick
Academic Interests / Career Goals: International development, nonprofit management, or foreign service
Extracurricular / Hobbies: Skiing, cooking, brainteasers, drawing, running