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More information on the UDR program can be found at the Web site of the Office of the Dean of Arts and Sciences.

Undergraduate Departmental Representatives

The Undergraduate Departmental Representatives (UDR) program is designed to open avenues of communication between undergraduate majors and departmental faculty. UDRs serve as student representatives, organize events for majors and provide feedback to the department.

2015-2016 Representatives

Andrew Elmers  '16
aelmers@brandeis.edu

Andrew Elmers

Andrew is a junior at Brandeis, double majoring in Anthropology and Creative Arts and minoring in French.  He is very interested in archaeology and cultural anthropology and hopes to continue in one of those fields after graduating.  He is a managing editor of the Brandeis Hoot and also runs a radio show on WBRS, along with his other activities on campus. He also works as a peer counselor at Financial and Academic Services. Andrew looks forward to meeting his fellow anthropology majors and working with the department.

Ari Matz  '17
amatz18@brandeis.edu

Ari Matz

Ari is a junior double majoring in biology and anthropology with a minor in chemistry. She is the president of the public health chapter of Global Brigades, volunteers with Clubs in Service, and conducts research in genetics with a lab on campus. She is interested in biological anthropology, particularly how culture determines how people perceive medicine and disease. Feel free to message Ari with any questions or comments about the anthropology department.