Academic interests: Medicine, reproduction, decision-making, sexual behavior
MA thesis title: Sexual Risk-Taking and Health-Seeking Behavior in Orange County Adults: A Survey of Potential Influences
Previous degrees: MA (2007), California State University, Fullerton; BA (2004), California State University, Fullerton
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Biography: Keri, a fifth-year Ph.D. student studying medical anthropology, has previously lived in southern California and Colorado. Her MA thesis, Sexual Risk-Taking and Health-Seeking Behavior in Orange County Adults: A Survey of Potential Influences, was published in April 2008 by VDM Publishing. Her dissertation research focuses on the decision-making process women and their families face when considering late abortion; she plans to begin field research in 2010. She is involved with the American Anthropological Association through the National Association of Student Anthropologists (NASA); with NASA, she serves as Newsletter Editor, Nominations Committee Chair, Carrie Hunter-Tate Award Committee Chair, and Graduate Representative-At-Large. Keri is also adjunct faculty at Truckee Meadows Community college, where she has taught ANTH 101, ANTH 201, and ANTH/SOC 205.
Keri teaches ANTH 101 (Introduction to Cultural Anthropology).