Anthropology Career Workshop

March 2, 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Dean Hall Room 202 Add to Calendar

Have an interest in anthropology? All current & prospective anthropology students are invited to join us for a special career workshop hosted by anthropologist & author Carol Ellick. The workshop will focus on careers and employability in anthropology, primarily outside of academia. Ms. Carol J. Ellick is an applied anthropologist specializing in public outreach and education. She holds a B.A. in anthropology from The Evergreen State College (1981) and a M.A. in education, with a specialization in curriculum and instruction, from Chapman University (1992). Ms. Ellick is considered one of the leading experts in archaeological education and the development of public programs in the United States. This event us hosted by the Anthropology Undergraduate Student Association (AUSA) and the UHM Department of Anthropology. For disability access and additional information, please email

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Anthropology , Mānoa Campus

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Mark Oxley, 8089566652,, Anthropology Career Workshop (PDF)

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