Anthropology Undergraduate Advising Team:

Director of Undergraduate Studies (Advising Coordinator):

Dr. Jennifer Muller, Anthropology, 3314 WWPH, Email:
The Director of Undergraduate Studies performs all advising responsibilities. In addition, she evaluates study abroad courses and financial aid progress reports; certifies graduation; addresses questions about policy; and mediates conflict or concerns for or about undergraduate majors. Scheduling appointments with the Director can be done via Pathways or email.

Undergraduate Advisor:

Anna Mousouli, Anthropology, 3312 WWPH, Email:
The undergraduate advisor will provide support for current and prospective majors; provide specific information on degree progress; serve as liaison for campus resources, faculty interests and research; orient new majors into the department; match students with faculty advisors; and clear registration holds. Scheduling appointments can be done via Pathways or email.

Faculty Advisors:

Upon declaring anthropology as a major, students choose, or are assigned, a member of Anthropology Department Faculty to act as their course advisor/mentor.
Please check Peoplesoft to find out who is your faculty advisor. Faculty advising combines both traditional academic advising advice and professional and career advising. Faculty contact information can be found here:

Peer Advisors:

Peer advising goals are to support undergraduate majors with course selection, disseminate information about faculty interests and research, provide general information about major requirements, and to serve as liaisons with various resources on campus. Scheduling appointments with Peer Advisors can be done via Pathways or email.

Amanda Latowsky (
Addie Shukausky (
Maya Rice (
Brandon Torres (

Advising Schedule

Anthropology Club:

The Undergraduate Anthropology club offers workshops, hosts informal discussions, shows films, and organizes field trips for anthropology majors and others interested in anthropology. The Club welcomes new members at any time.  Join us at or email us at 

Sigma Gamma:

Pitt's chapter of Sigma Gamma, a National Collegiate Honors Society for Anthropology, provides an opportunity for Pitt students to meet and and share their anthropology interest. Lambda Alpha offers leadership positions, service opportunities, publication opportunities, potential scholarships, and a variety of social events! Applications are available at the beginning of each term for those students who meet the requirements.