Anthropology graduates for summer and fall 2021

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Congratulations to our newest anthropology degree recipients! The following students graduated at the end of the summer and fall terms in 2021:

Ph.D. in Anthropology

Dr. Kelsey Jorgensen

Dissertation: A Multispecies Perspective into Dietary Genetic Adaptations and Ancient Migration in the Peruvian Andes

Dr. Eduardo Piqueiras

Dissertation: An Emergent Legionnaires’ Disease Syndemic: Water Supply Systems, Infrastructural Violence, and Afflicted Lives in the South Bronx, NY

Ph.D. in Social Work & Anthropology

Dr. Michael Henson

Dissertation: Exploring the Unintended Consequences of Training Programs for Child Welfare Specialists 

Dr. Kelsey Jorgensen and her Ph.D. advisor, Dr. Julie Lesnik.
Dr. Kelsey Jorgensen and her Ph.D. advisor, Dr. Julie Lesnik.

Master of Arts in Anthropology

  • Georgina Gill
  • Errin Mitchell
  • Raveena Mata
  • Zachariah Shoroufi
  • Elizabeth Watson – M.A. Essay: Cozy Vibes: Exploring the Meaning of Coziness in Video Game Players' Experience

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

  • Kyla Brand
  • Cheyenne Boinais
  • Aaliayha Cephus
  • Luis Iglesias
  • Shariq Kamran
  • Olivia Kiesznowski
  • Virginia Nastase
  • Sydney Queen
  • Avery Rudnick

Minor in Anthropology

  • Sasha Abdo
  • Mya Berger
  • Benjamin Hoang
  • Brian Brownrigg
  • Miranda Cottone
  • Alexandria Olson
  • Zac Weikel

Minor in Archaeology

  • Agata Borowiecki
  • Kyle Gentry
  • Virginia Nastase

Minor in Global Health & Social Medicine

Commencement speaker and anthropology B.A. recipient Virginia Nastase (center) pose with Dr. Newman, Dr. Jung, Dr. Lesnik and Dr. Ryzewski at fall commencement.
Commencement speaker and anthropology B.A. recipient Virginia Nastase (center) pose with Dr. Newman, Dr. Jung, Dr. Lesnik and Dr. Ryzewski at fall commencement.
  • Zienab Ahmad
  • Julia Bell
  • Blair Boffman
  • Tamera Burnett
  • Sarah Cieslak
  • Selena Lee
  • Samar Mirza
  • Natalia Rado

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