1-on-1 learning and original research projects customized around students' interests
Students interested in the history and development of humanity's culture, or how language and environment shape human diversity across time and space, are well suited for a mentorship in anthropology. An anthropology mentorship allows students to build a broad knowledge of other cultures, as well as skills in observation, analysis, research, critical thinking, writing, and dealing with people from all cultures.
Student projects can range from the study of historical products (such as clothing or costume, building styles, etc.), processes and customs (kissing or gift-giving customs, or gender roles, etc.), or the affects of globalization (cultural appropriation, communication commonalities or friction points, etc.).