University of Maine (Anthropology)
University of Alaska Anchorage (Enrolled)
Hi! I'm Ashley, and I'm a current graduate student at the University of Alaska Anchorage. I'm working on my master's degree in Biological Anthropology and Archaeology, and hope to continue on to get a medical degree when I graduate here. I received my bachelor's degree in Anthropology with a minor in Biology from the University of Maine in May 2015. While I was studying in Maine, I was a part of the University of Maine Tutor Program, which offers tutoring in specific lower-level classes. I was chosen to tutor for General Chemistry and Anthropology, two under-represented, but high-demand courses. I was also an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Maine in Anthropology, Geography, and Forensics courses. I am currently a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Alaska Anchorage, in which I assist with, and occasionally help teach undergraduate Anthropology courses at UAA, as well as helping to supervise labs.
I really enjoy being a tutor and teaching because I like to help students achieve their goals. It's an awesome feeling when you can tell that something just clicks. One of my future goals is to teach at the university level and inspire a love of knowledge and research with upcoming students.
I have a bachelor's degree in Anthropology with a minor in Biology and am working on a graduate degree in Biological Anthropology/Archaeology. I do well in these courses, and have experience tutoring and teaching these courses.
My schedule is a little hectic with graduate classes and teaching, but please feel free to contact me to set up a time, or just to chat about possible subject matter. Hi! I'm Ashley, and I'm a current graduate student at the University of Alaska Anchorage. I'm working on my master's degree in Biological Anthropology and Archaeology, and hope to continue on to get a medical degree
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I have a bachelor's degree in Anthropology, and I am currently working on a Master's degree in Anthropology. I have gone through required theory courses, as well as done independent research in the area. I also tutor and am a teaching assistant for Anthropology courses as employed by the University of Alaska Anchorage.
I study archaeology as a component of anthropology, which I have a bachelor's degree in and I am working on a master's degree for. I have successfully completed an archaeology field school and have held field positions in Cultural Resource Management (contract archaeology). I have also taken theory courses and regular courses on the subject. Lastly, I am a teaching assistant for the University of Alaska Anchorage in these types of courses.