The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas
"The interdisciplinary aspect of EvAnth exposed me to both the sciences and the liberal arts."
University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, Texas
"The variety of topics covered by the (Duke Evolutionary Anthropology) department promoted my exploration of new areas of interest."
Dermatologist, United States Army
"EvAnth was a great major to have while I completed the other pre-medical requirements prior to medical school."
MD Candidate, University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine in Tampa, Florida
"The Evolutionary Anthropology major helped me in many ways for medical school and my future career."
Cohero Health — New York, New York
"As an Evolutionary Anthropology major, you have the incredible opportunity to learn from some of the most respected, well-known experts in their field in the world."
Student at Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine in Roanoke, Virginia
"Duke's EvAnth department provides unparalleled research opportunities."
Resident at the Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia
"Pursuing a major in Evolutionary Anthropology was the best decision I made while attending Duke in terms of my professional career goals."
Veterinary student at University of Melbourne in Australia
"My degree gave me a strong evolutionary background that I can draw upon to aid my decision making in diagnosing and treating different species of animals."