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Ramapo College of New Jersey (Visual Art)
Florida Atlantic University (Master's)
Rutgers School of Law - Camden (J.D.)
I am a third year law student and a NJ state certified art teacher with advanced standing. I have taught anthropology at the undergraduate level as a graduate teaching assistant, have taught art in public and private middle schools, have a master's degree in anthropology, and currently teach constitutional law to Camden, NJ, high school students as a Marshall Brennan Fellow.
I am a third year law student and a NJ state certified art teacher with advanced standing. I have taught anthropology at the undergraduate level as a graduate teaching assistant,
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I have a master's degree in anthropology from Florida Atlantic University. My primary focus is cultural anthropology, but I am also able to tutor in bio-anthropology, human evolution, linguistic anthropology, and archaeology.
A master's degree in anthropology, under the U.S. four-field approach to anthropology (as opposed to European approaches that are more specialized) includes the study of archaeology. In earning my MA in anthropology, I took graduate courses in anthropology and taught undergraduate anthropology courses that involved archaeological content.