Career Advising at Anthropology

The UTM Department of Anthropology is pleased to offer career advising for currently registered undergraduate students enrolled in UTM Anthropology courses.

  • Do you have any questions about what you could do with a degree in Anthropology?
  • Are you considering graduate school but have questions?
  • Start early - don’t wait until 4th year! 

Winter 2018 drop-in career advising hours

Career advising drop-in hours will commence again in the Winter term. Please note there will be no career advising during the February Reading Week (Feb.19-23).

If your questions are about specific course selection or program requirements, please request an appointment with the Anthropology Undergraduate Advisor.

If you wish to ask about generalist anthropology, you are welcome to attend any of the drop-in career advising hours indicated below.

If you wish to ask about a particular field of interest, you should see the advisor who is best suited to answer your questions, noted below.

Dr. Karen Slonim: Winter term hours Wed. 1-2pm in HSC302

  • Anthropology of Health
  • Biological Anthropology
  • Evolutionary Anthropology

Dr. Victor BaracWinter term hours Wed. 1-2pm in HSC366

  • Applied Anthropology
  • Sociocultural Anthropology

Dr. Michael Brand: Winter term hours Tues. 2-3pm in HSC302

  • Cultural Heritage Resource Management
  • Archaeology