Pretty easy, overall.
Dr. Amy Michael is extremely motivated and passionate about anthropology, which makes it so much easier to learn from her. Over the course of the semester, you learn several different topics under physical anthropology, which really helps you get a feel for anthropology as a whole. She has several different guest lecturers come in and speak to the class, which helps the students see where an anthropology major could lead them. She also offers you the option to go with her and her TA on a digging expedition, which is super cool!
My favorite topic that we talked about was forensic anthropology. One of the guest lecturers talked about his time working at the body farm and assisting on murder cases, which I find extremely interesting. It is super cool how people are able to be identified from simply their bones!
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Advice for students:
Go to class and make sure you take notes, especially during the first few topics.