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BS Cultural Anthropology, Utah State University
Liz hails from Northern Utah where she received her Bachelors in Cultural Anthropology from Utah State University. She changed her major to anthropology after joining a research lab with a roommate, and she has never looked back. She is passionate about the cultural and medical aspects of Latino immigration to the United States. She loves both the academic and applied sides of anthropology and has worked in a variety of capacities with immigrants and refugees. Most recently, she coordinated the children's cultural program at the Cache Refugee and Immigrant Connection and worked on research examining the use of robots to help immigrant children in elementary school.
Entered program in 2017