- Undergraduates with advising/registration questions, please contact your advisor, listed on your Degree Works which you can access through your NEST account
- Undergraduates with graduation concerns or advising issues that your advisor cannot resolve: Dr. Julie Farnum.
- Bigel awards: Dr. Elaine Gerber
- Bednarek scholarships: Dr. Elsa Davidson, Katherine McCaffrey, or Maisa Taha.
- Change of major forms, credit adjustments, authorizations/permits: Ms. Bonita Kates or Dr. Peter Siegel.
What is Anthropology?
Anthropology is the holistic study of human cultures. It deals with our origins; physical and cultural development; biological characteristics; belief systems; social, political, and economic organization; and customs of peoples and cultures. Through the many perspectives of anthropology, the field is linked to psychology, biology, sociology, chemistry, medicine, history, and the earth sciences. Because of its broad and holistic approach to the study of culture, anthropology is unique in comparison to other fields of inquiry.