6 Anthropology Tutors Found Near Dallas, TX



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Lauren O.

Anthropology Tutor

Dallas, TX 75204

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Experienced College Professor and Academic Coach

I earned both a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Anthropology. For the past 5+ years I have taught Anthropology at the college level and tutored various topics to high school and college students. My name is Lauren! I graduated from Tulane University with degrees in Anthropology and English. I came to SMU for graduate school and have earned a Master's degree in Anthropology. I have taught at SMU and Collin College and now work as an Academic Counselor and teach a reading and learning strategies course to undergraduates. I have found that the biggest predictor of success is time management and [more]


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Sewasew A.

Anthropology Tutor

Garland, TX 75042

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

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Experienced anthropologist, researcher and tutor

I have a bachelors degree and a masters degree in Anthropology. My sub-field/ concentrations are Archaeology and Physical anthropology. I was a peer tutor as a graduate student and graduated with a 3.9 GPA. I have four years experience tutoring with the Advanced Via Independent Determination (AVID) program. In my time with AVID, I have tutored math, science and study/organization skills to students grades 4-12. I have also been involved as a peer tutoring program throughout college with in my major field. I tutor because tutoring has helped me a lot when I was in high school and perceive it [more]


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Karin J.

Anthropology Tutor

Plano, TX 75075

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

4.99 110 ratings

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Art, English, and Social Studies tutor for all ages

I hold a BA and an MA in Anthropology. The BA is from Bryn Mawr College, the MA is from the University of Michigan. In addition, I completed all PhD coursework for a doctorate in Anthropology, but did not complete the dissertation. I am a dedicated, caring and patient individual with a passion for the subjects I teach and a strong desire to light that passion in the minds of the students I tutor. I believe that passion, along with patience and the ability to approach the subject in the way that best meets the student's needs, are what make me an excellent tutor. I tutor students in English (re [more]



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Jeffrey R.

Anthropology Tutor

Dallas, TX 75204

Will travel 15 miles

$65 per hour.

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Life long learner looking to help!

I hold a minor in anthropology from the University of North Texas. I continue to read and study ethnographic literature as well as other materials that relate to the study of humans. I graduated with a GPA of 3.89 - Magna Cum Laude Jeff R. has been working in education since 2011 when he first became a Volunteer Tutor and Supplemental Instructor for Texas History (4700) at the University of North Texas (UNT). During his graduate degree he worked as the Graduate Assistant for UNT's President's EDGE Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program. Currently Jeff is a trainer, New Tech Advocate, and faci [more]


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Dan T.

Anthropology Tutor

Dallas, TX 75248

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Most sciences and some maths

I have a B.S in Administration of Justice with 12 hours in Anthropology, including: Intro to Anthro 3.33; North American Indians 3; Forensic Anthro 3 and Forensic Anthro Lab 2. The number represent Semester hours. I have performed 2 years Tutoring for the Department of Special Services -- University of Wyoming; 2 years of Tutoring -- Gear Up Tutor.; 1 year Tutoring -- all subjects --Basin School District -- Boys Group home -- Basin Wyoming. I have performed 10+ years teaching 7-12 grades in Wyoming, Colorado, Utah and Montana. And I have a BS in Geology with 86 hours of graduate credit; BS [more]


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Ian S.

Anthropology Tutor

Dallas, TX 75251

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.0 1 ratings

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Social Sciences/Foreign Langs. Cert. MA from TCU 10+ yrs. experience

I studied anthropology as an undergraduate student as part of an elective program. I tutored fellow college students in the subject matter. I was invited to join an excavation in Nicaragua by a fellow in the anthropology department at Florida State University. I freelanced educational tours at the Giza step to tourists explaining the structure, symbolism, purpose, and method of construction of the pyramids. Tours included a lesson in the socio-political conditions and culture of Egyptian society at the time of construction as evidenced by archaeological finds. [more]