• Alex Carter •
|Education:||Master of Arts|
|Position:||Academic Support Coordinator|
|Concentration:||Anthropology, Foreign Language, History|
|Office:||Clark C 212|
Alex Carter is an Academic Support Coordinator who works closely with first-year and sophomore students in the Anthropology, History, and Foreign Language majors.
She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Spanish from Illinois State University and a Master of Arts in Socio-Cultural Anthropology from Arizona State University. Alex currently teaches courses in Ethnic Studies and Anthropology. She demonstrates an overall appreciation for human culture and a drive for social justice. While a graduate student, she served as a bilingual interviewer for Proyecto La Familia, a research project designed to increase the retention of Hispanic/Latino students in the Phoenix school system.
In her role as advisor, Alex encourages students to take advantage of every opportunity available to them. She is an enthusiastic promoter of minor and second major exploration, study abroad, volunteerism, and the utilization of campus resources such as tutoring and study skill workshops. Alex currently serves as the Americorps representative for the College of Liberal Arts, a program which rewards students for completing community service projects. Additionally, she serves as a faculty mentor for the First Year Mentoring Program. Outside of work she enjoys gardening, painting, and camping. She is an avid fan of live music, and every year makes the effort to attend a handful of music festivals.