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Dr. Jill Neitzel
107 Munroe Hall
Answers to quick questions can be
obtained by sending Professor Neitzel an email at email@example.com.
You can also email her to schedule an appointment for a face-to face meeting in
her office (Munroe 107). All email correspondence should:
You should receive a response
to all email queries within 72 hours. If you do not, please resend your message
or phone (302)-831-8755.
Prior to meeting with Professor
Neitzel, students should print out their unofficial transcript from
UDSIS and use it to fill out the appropriate checklists that can be
found on the Department of Anthropology’s advising web page.
Fall and Spring Registration
Each semester, approximately 1-2 weeks
prior to course registration, Professor Neitzel will schedule a group
meeting for all anthropology students to review the graduation
requirements of the University, the College of Arts and Sciences, and
the Anthropology major and minor and to inform them about which
anthropology courses will be offered in the next term.
After the group session, Professor Neitzel
will post a sign-up sheet for students to schedule individual meetings
to resolve their course registration questions and to discuss their
progress towards graduation.
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