The AAA is the major professional organization for anthropologists. The site has information on national conferences, careers, anthropology in the news, and recent publications.
The ASA is the major professional organization for sociologists. The site has reviews of departments, statements on issues such as immigration, welfare, and affirmative action, and career information.
The SfAA is the organization supporting applied anthropologists whether they work in academia, public service, or business.
You'll find a number of policy issues at this site with great overviews and fact files.
The American Museum of Natural History is another good place to look for anthropology internships.
The Smithsonian has internship opportunities and excellent access to resources.
Listing of Graduate Schools in Anthropology, search for programs by country, state, etc.
Listing of Graduate Schools in Sociology, search for programs by country, state, etc.
Julie Darnton '99 is working on her Ph.D in Urban Studies at Michigan State University.
Jocelin Herron '99 obtained her MSW in 2001 from The University of Michigan and is currently an executive with KIPP Schools.
Lisa Leitz '99 completed her Ph.D in sociology in 2009 at University of California, Santa Barbara and is now teaching at Hendrix College.
Erik Love '01 is finishing his dissertation on Arab American social movements at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Heather Mustonen '01 worked after graduating as an archaeological technician for the National Park Service at the Southeast Archaeological Center in Tallahassee, Florida. She traveled throughout the Southeast doing archaeological fieldwork in National Parks. She is currently completing an M.A. in anthropology at Michigan State University.
Linda Myers '01 wasn't an anthropology major but took a lot of courses in our department. She is currently loving medical school at the University of Pennsylvania in Hershey. She is hoping to organize an international research project this summer.
Tonya Zimmerman '01, graduated 2004 from Temple University with a Master of Arts in Urban Studies. While at Temple her research focused on Community Development Corporations, specifically New Song Urban Ministries and Community Building in Partnership in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood of Baltimore. She also worked as a Teaching Assistant. In the Fall of 2004 she will begin a PhD program in Policy Sciences at University of Maryland Baltimore County where she will specialize in Urban Policy and also work as a Research Assistant.
Caroline Cangelosi '02 completed her M.PH program at University of California, Berkeley.
Ayako Eda '02 is enrolled in the Master's Program in International Development at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. She received a fellowship from Clark to support her studies, and she intends to use her degree to aid women's development efforts in less developed societies, particularly in India where she attended high school.
Erin Harrelson '02 is living in Monument Valley on the Navajo Reservation as a VISTA (Volunteer in Service to America) worker as part of Americorps. She works in the elementary school on oral language assessment.
Casmir Kethlhalefile '02 returned to his native Botswana after graduation where he has been responsible for several projects of archaeological resource assessment. He has formed the first private cultural resource management company in Botswana, and has been active in writing cultural resource management guidelines.
Laura Siebert '03 is making good use of her combined major in anthropology and Spanish by doing disaster relief training in San Juan, Puerto Rico, as a member of Americorps and as a Red Cross volunteer.
Alyssa Montgomery '04 was admitted to the Ph.D program in sociology at Northwestern University.
Ayesha Ghazi '06 will receive her MSW from The University of Michigan this spring of 2010.
Meagan Burton-Krieger '07 received her MA in Higher Ed Administration from the U of Vermont in 2009.
Carolyn Jacques '07 received her MDiv from Boston University in 2009.
Matti Smith '07 received her MSW from The University of Michigan in 2009.
Paige Edwards '08 completed her MA in anthropology from Western Michigan University and has recently accepted a management position with the Institute of Reading Development a company working with kids and adults on developing reading and reading skills.
Amy Krieg, '08 is in law school at California Western School of Law in San Diego
Chad Best '07 is currently in law school (Detroit Mercy) and received an MPA from the U. of M.-Flint.
Anneliese Breugal ‘09 has begun a Ph.D. program in bioarchaeology Michigan State University.
Kyle Kubitz ‘09 works for Valassis Communications Inc., a marketing company using his GIS skills daily to create innovative maps of consumer behavior and preference, similar to those he employed in his Elkin Isaac project mapping ancient archaeological sites.
Beth Sylak ‘09 will be joining the Historical Administration MA program at Eastern Illinois University.
Sarah Wenner ‘09 works for Franklin Fueling Systems as a Market Analyst in Madison, Wisconsin where she is “unsurprised to find that having a Anthropology background is a good commodity to have in the global business community.”
Katie Meier ‘10 has been admitted to the Master's Program in Non-Profit Management at Indiana University.
Martha Carey '90 recently began a Ph.D. program at the Institute of Liberal Arts in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences of Emory University. Martha's studies build on her years spent working in Africa with Doctors Without Borders. Specifically, she hopes to study post-conflict Sierra Leone to understand the role of the War Crimes Tribunal and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission compared to local institutions that normally decide guilt and punishment.
Leigh Willis '97; is an Assistant Professor of sociology at the University of Georgia where he has taught since 2003. His teaching and research specializations are in the sociology of medicine and race & ethnicity. He has published articles about health disparities between African Americans and white, and on both mental health use and sexual risk for African Americans.
Chris O'Neil '98 is working on her Ph.D. in sociology at the Colorado State University and is currently teaching a course on The Leisure Society. Her dissertation is on the impact of global forces on local and regional development. She expects to finish her work in the summer of 2004. You can reach her
Sarah Walbridge '98 received an M.S. in forensic science from Michigan State University in 2002. She now works as a research microscopist at Microtrace in Chicago. Recently, Sarah testified in her first case and was featured in a local newspaper in Chicago. At Albion, Sarah double-majored in anthropology and chemistry. She was awarded honors in anthropology for her thesis on women athletes.
Julie Darnton '99 left her position as a Residence Director at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy to enter the Ph.D. program in Sociology and Urban Studies at Michigan State. She is working with Dr. June Thomas of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning as a research assistant gathering data on mixed income neighborhoods in Grand Rapids. She is looking forward to an academic career at a fine liberal arts college in the future. Hmmm? You can reach her
Amy LaChance '99 has joined Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago as a Program and Policy Associate where she will direct the NHS's Neighborhood Report Card project. She expects to complete her Master's Degree in Urban Planning and Policy at University of Illinois, Chicago this May (2003). You can reach Amy
Lisa Leitz '99 left the Ph.D. program in sociology at The Ohio State University to finish her degree at the University of California, Santa Barbara. In the fall of 2000, Lisa was the Assistant Director of the Great Lakes Jerusalem Program under Len Berkey. Lisa's current work explores various dynamics of girls who fight and mothers who have committed infanticide while affected with post-partum depression. Lisa expects to finish her degree in the spring of 2005.
Britt Halvorson '99 is a graduate student in the MA/PhD program in cultural anthropology at the University of Michigan, where she is affiliated with the Center for the Ethnography of Everyday Life. At Albion, Britt was a double major in anthropology and English and was awarded honors for her thesis in anthropology.