Making an Impact Around the World
Anthropology and Geography graduates work in diverse and impactful jobs that help address social, economic, health, and environmental challenges around the world. Our alumni work in anthropology and geography careers across government, nonprofit and service organizations, business and industry, and higher education and research. Many Anthropology and Geography graduates also find "non" anthropology and geography careers in resource management and conservation, social services, biological sciences, human resources, media and communications, and fields where employers seek candidates who can value cultural diversity, think critically, analyze data, and effectively write and communicate on complex and technical ideas.
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Anthropology BA, Archaeology concentration 2014 As someone working in the field of public anthropology, Jessica Ericson frequently attends archaeology and anthropology conferences and finds herself […]
Anthropology BA, Biological Anthropology concentration 2015 As a self-proclaimed “overconfident 20-year-old undergraduate with no real direction,” Luke Weaver recalls signing up for the very first […]
Anthropology BA, Cultural Anthropology concentration Geography BS, 2021 Among students whose CSU experiences were interrupted by COVID, Zoe Schutte also found a calling amid the […]
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