- 2015-Present: University of Arizona, MA, Sociocultural Anthropology with Medical Anthropology concentration
- 2014 Indiana University, BA, Anthropology (Sociocultural) and Spanish
- Medical anthropology, women’s health, gender, indigenous rights.
Geographical Areas of Interest:
- United States, Latin America
- 2015-Present: Washington University in St. Louis – Masters of Public Health, concentrating in Global Health
- 2014 Indiana University, BA, Majors: Anthropology and Human Biology, Minor: Public Health
- Maternal and child health, nutrition, and HIV/AIDS. Awarded a research fellowship in Global Development, Caitlin is currently working on research on breastfeeding determinants in Haiti, and pastoralist livelihood and health interventions in Kenya.
- During summer 2016, Caitlin will be working on monitoring and evaluation with the iF Foundation in Cap Haitien, Haiti, while also hoping to continue research on maternal and child health and nutrition in Haiti. After receiving her MPH, Caitlin hopes to work with an international organization doing research and program evaluation.
- 2014 Indiana University, BA, Majors: Anthropology and History, Minors: Human Sexuality and French
- Breastfeeding, communication between sexual partners, the ways in which men and women’s perceptions of their body affect their sexuality, and applied health science.
- Kelsey plans to take a year off to work in the public health field, and then go to graduate school to get a Master’s and PhD in Public Health. Kelsey would like to focus in sexual and reproductive health.
- 2012 Indiana University, BA, Anthropology & Spanish, Certificate, Latin American & Caribbean Studies
Appointments at Indiana University:
- 2014–Present: Research Assistant, Dr. Virginia Vitzthum, Kinsey Institute for Sex, Gender and Reproduction
- 2010–2012: Research Assistant, Dr. Virginia Vitzthum, Kinsey Institute for Sex, Gender and Reproduction
- 2010: Teaching Assistant: Archaeology of Ancient Mexico, Department of Anthropology
- 2008–2012: Research Assistant: Office of Chicano-Riqueño Studies, Department of Spanish & Portuguese
- Female reproductive health and variation; Latin American & Latinx identity; queer identity, representation, and activism; survivorship; anti-oppression; intersectionality of race, identity, orientation, class; health access
Geographical Areas of Specialization:
- Latin America
- Jennifer plans to attend nursing school with a focus on emergency care, particularly for survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
- Senior, Washington University in St. Louis, Major: Mathematics (Statistics), Minor: Public Health
- Hormones and reproduction
- Sophia plans to work in the field of Public Health.
- Senior, Indiana University, Major: Chemistry, Minors: Mathematics, Biology, and Speech and Hearing Sciences
- Hormones and the human body
- Kevin plans to work for Americorps and then attend medical school
- 2016-Present: Indiana University School of Dentistry
- 2016 Indiana University, BS, Major: Neuroscience, Minors: Chemistry and Biology
- Women’s health and the differences due to diet and exercise, genetics, and environments.
- 2015-Present Indiana University, MPH Candidate, Epidemiology and Biostatistics
- 2014 Indiana University, B.A. in Anthropology, Certificate in Human Biology
- Diet and chronic disease physiology, reproduction and sexuality, and an evolutionary approach to human health
Appointments at Indiana University:
- Present: Research Assistant, Neuroendocrinology Lab, IU Biology Department, and Center for Sexual Health Promotion
- 2015-2016: Graduate Research Assistant, School of Public Health Library
- Lauren plans to pursue her PhD and work in chronic disease research informing health policy.
- 2014 Indiana University, BA, Majors: International Studies, Near Eastern Languages and Cultures and Spanish
- Feminist organizing, sexual education and violence prevention
- Allison plans to work in the non-profit sector and apply to graduate school. Allison, currently a freelance writer, is traveling and teaching English.