| A Different View of Development
Dean’s service award recipient and anthropology major Sarah Lynne Anderson is strengthening communities in Swaziland
For one Webster senior, what began as a desire to see the world has become a mission to help the Third World and change our philosophy of development.
Sarah Lynne Anderson, an anthropology major and international human rights minor, is putting her beliefs into action. She and like-minded friends are launching a nonprofit organization to build community schools for orphans and increase health education in Swaziland. FULL STORY
Assistant Professor, Behavioral and Social Sciences
Los Angeles native Danielle MacCartney came to Webster this summer after doing post-doc research at the UCLA School of Law’s Williams Institute, a think tank on sexual orientation law and public policy.
She earned her bachelor’s in Art History and Women’s Studies at New Mexico State University, and her master’s in Social Science and Ph.D. in Sociology at University of California-Irvine. Some of her best childhood memories are from her time living in pre-revolution Iran, where her father worked as an aircraft mechanic. FULL STORY