The UTSA Ph.D. program in Environmental Anthropology only began in 2007. Since that time we have graduated ten students with Ph.D.s., and we are very proud of their success. Here's where they are now:
Grainne McCabe (2012), biological anthropologist - Head of Conservation Science for the Bristol Zoological Society.
Carla Pezzia (2013), cultural anthropologist - Assistant Professor of Human Sciences in the Contemporary World at the University of Dallas.
Lisa Corewyn (2013), biological anthropologist - Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Ithaca College.
Charles "Andy" Speer (2013), archaeologist - Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Idaho State University.
Deborah Moore (2013), biological anthropologist - Research Associate with the Bonobo Conservation Initiative, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Lydia O. Light (2016), biological anthropologist - Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Leah McCurdy (2016), archaeologist - Lecturer in the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Emily Lloyd (2017) - biological anthropologist - Research Contracts Specialist, Medical Sciences Division, the University of Oxford.
Milena Melo (2017) - cultural anthropology - Postdoctoral Fellow at the School for Advanced Research (will begin as Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Studies, Mississippi State University, in fall of 2018).
Guillaume Pages (2017) - biological anthropology - Research Contracts Specialist, Medical Sciences Division, the University of Oxford.
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College of Liberal and Fine Arts
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