[PAST EVENT] Alternative Careers for American Studies, Anthropology and History Graduate Degrees

March 24, 2016
6pm - 7:30pm
Swem Library, Ford Classroom
400 Landrum Dr
Williamsburg, VA 23185Map this location
Swem Library and the Cohen Career Center are pleased to host a panel of alumni from William & Mary's graduate programs in American Studies, Anthropology, and History, who are returning to campus to discuss their careers off the tenure track. M.A. and Ph.D. students interested in jobs outside the university classroom are invited to attend and learn how these alums got to where they are, what they do on a daily basis, and how current graduate students can prepare for alternative intellectual careers. Questions? Please contact Martha: [[mehiggins]] or 221-3049.

Pizza, cookies and drinks will be provided.

ROBERT NELSON (American Studies Ph.D.) is director of the Digital Scholarship Lab and affiliated faculty in the American Studies Program at the University of Richmond.

ANTONY OPPERMAN (Anthropology Ph.D.) is the Preservation Program manager at the Virginia Department of Transportation.

BUCK WOODARD (Anthropology Ph.D.) is manager of the American Indian Initiative at Colonial Williamsburg.

DAVID BROWN (History Ph.D.) is co-director of the Fairfield Foundation in Gloucester, Virginia.

SARA BON-HARPER (Anthropology Ph.D., UNC-Chapel Hill) is Executive Director of Ash Lawn-Highland, the home of James Monroe in Albemarle County, Virginia.