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Unformatted text preview: Ian OConnor 9/28/08 Dr. Clarence Gravlee SLS1102 Faculty Interview Dr. Clarence Gravlee is an anthropologist at the University of Florida. He teaches my Human Sexuality and Culture lecture, one of the largest classes in UF, as well as a lecture on racial anthropology. But he most enjoys his research, where he studies racial inequality and health. He balances his family life with his research career with very little free time left. I chose to interview Dr. Gravlee because, in my opinion, he teaches the most interesting lecture that I attend. There are many other lectures that I are related to my field, engineering, but sexuality seemed more interesting and appropriate for this interview. One of the hardest things for Dr. Gravlee to do was find the match; the field that he could be passionate about. He needed a subject that would stimulate his interests. Before he went to college, he knew what he wanted to do in terms of a career. He wanted to be driven by intellectual curiosity. knew what he wanted to do in terms of a career....
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- Fall '08