For More Information

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

Check out this exciting event organized by our UDR's!
Día de los Muertos
Celebration: Event Report (PDF)

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.

2013-2014 Representatives

Charlotte Erb '14Charlotte

Charlotte is a rising senior majoring in Anthropology and French. She spent a semester studying in Paris, and is particularly interested in urban, psychological, and medical anthropology. She plays viola, coordinates for the English Language Learning Initiative, and works in the Sociology office on campus. Feel free to come talk to her about the department, classes, anthropology, or to share your favorite anthropological tidbits!

Megan Carden '15

mcarden@brandeis.eduMegan Carden

Megan is going into her junior year at Brandeis, double majoring in Anthropology and Fine Arts and minoring in Classical Studies.  She is very interested in archaeological anthropology and hopes to continue in that field after her undergraduate education.  She is the alumni secretary of the Brandeis Crew team and the training coordinator for STAR-Students Talking About Relationships, along with her other activities on campus. She also worked at the Museum of Science this past summer on the Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit. Megan looks forward to meeting her fellow anthropology majors and working with the department!


ShreyasShreyas Warrier '15

Shreyas is going to be a Junior this year, and is triple majoring in Anthropology, Creative Writing, and Math, with a minor in Physics. He too is extremely interested in archaeological and cultural anthropology. He plays soccer, piano, guitar, and the flute, and is on the editorial board for Brandeis's literary magazine, Where the Children Play. He would love to meet his fellow anthropology majors, and is eager to do as much as possible for the department!