The Faculty-Student Connection – Heather McIlvaine-Newsad & Lyndisty Littell





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Published on Sep 3, 2019

What sets anthropology apart and especially the way we teach here at Western is that it's not just academic. Lyndisty is a double major in computer science and anthropology, it's just a brilliant way in which to use the lessons of anthro in the real world. Regardless of what field students go into, they have to work with other people … and the more you can understand, the better you and navigate a system and learn how to work a system or unwork a system and
see different solutions to different problems. - Anthropology Professor Heather McIlvaine-Newsad

Going to Puerto Rico, I got to be a part of the application of concepts I learned in the classroom, and it deepened my understanding of like how things are connected, how certain concepts work with one another. I love anthropology because it's just simply holistic and everything is connected. I think no matter what major you're in you take I highly highly recommend taking at least one anthropology class because you will find that everything that you do somehow relates to anthropology. - Lyndisty Littel, senior, double major, anthropology and computer science.

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