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Anthropology

Anthropology 1 

Led by Danitza Morante

Spring 2017 

Study Group Day/Time/Location

Group A: Tuesdays 6:30-8:00 p.m. (251 Dwinelle Hall)

Group B: Wednesdays 5:30-7:00 p.m. (54 Barrows Hall)

(These study group will begin on the third week of classes.)

Social Science Study Group Sign Up

(Please be sure that you are logged into your berkeley.edu account when signing up.)

These Study Groups will begin meeting on the third week of classes. Concurrent students or students trying to sign up for groups after week 5 should email Rex de Guia at rxdeguia@berkeley.edu.

NOTE: Do NOT use Internet Explorer to sign up; it won't work. Please use Firefox(PC, Mac) or Safari(Mac).

You should receive a confirmation that your request for the study group has been granted 24 hours before the study group is scheduled to meet for the first time in the third week. If you do not receive a confirmation or if you have problems signing up online, please contact Rex de Guia at rxdeguia@berkeley.edu.

Description of Study Group

Study Group Leaders facilitate discussion of course content and guide students in developing approaches to critical reading, time management, notetaking and exam strategies. Study Group Leaders will also hold office hours for students in the Study Group to provide individual tutoring. Study groups are free to all registered students and have been known to help students navigate course material in a more effective manner. Study Groups also provide students with an oppportunity to collaborate with their peers.

Study Group Policies

  • Students who sign up and consistently attend Study Groups will be given priority for individual tutoring in courses supported by Study Groups. For students who request individual tutoring but do not join study groups, individual tutoring is extremely limited.
  • Wait List: Admission to study groups are on a first come first serve basis. The first twenty to sign up for each study group will likely receive a slot. All request after the first twenty will be placed on a wait list.
  • Caveat- Study Groups are not a substitute for either lecture or discussion sections. Social Science study groups are not a drop-in format in that study group participants are asked to join the group and attend consistently throughout the course of the semester.

Anthropology 2AC 

Led by Greta Bedkovics

Spring 2017

Study Group Day/Time/Location

Group A: Mondays, 4:00-5:30 p.m. (141 Chavez Center)

Group B: Thursdays, 4:00-5:30 p.m. (160 Chavez Center)

Social Science Study Group Sign Up

(Please be sure that you are logged into your berkeley.edu account when signing up.)

These Study Groups will begin meeting on the third week of classes. Concurrent students or students trying to sign up for groups after week 5 should email Rex de Guia at rxdeguia@berkeley.edu.

NOTE: Do NOT use Internet Explorer to sign up; it won't work. Please use Firefox(PC, Mac) or Safari(Mac).

You should receive a confirmation that your request for the study group has been granted 24 hours before the study group is scheduled to meet for the first time in the third week. If you do not receive a confirmation or if you have problems signing up online, please contact Rex de Guia at rxdeguia@berkeley.edu.

Description of Study Group

Study Group Leaders facilitate discussion of course content and guide students in developing approaches to critical reading, time management, notetaking and exam strategies. Study Group Leaders will also hold office hours for students in the Study Group to provide individual tutoring. Study groups are free to all registered students and have been known to help students navigate course material in a more effective manner. Study Groups also provide students with an oppportunity to collaborate with their peers.

Study Group Policies

  • Students who sign up and consistently attend Study Groups will be given priority for individual tutoring in courses supported by Study Groups. For students who request individual tutoring but do not join study groups, individual tutoring is extremely limited.
  • Wait List: Admission to study groups are on a first come first serve basis. The first twenty to sign up for each study group will likely receive a slot. All request after the first twenty will be placed on a wait list.
  • Caveat- Study Groups are not a substitute for either lecture or discussion sections. Social Science study groups are not a drop-in format in that study group participants are asked to join the group and attend consistently throughout the course of the semester.

Anthropology 3AC 

Led by Myrtha Ortiz

Spring 2017

Group A: Mondays 5:30-7:00 p.m. (54 Barrows Hall)

Group B: Tuesdays 12:30-2:00 p.m. (201 Giannini Hall)

Social Science Study Group Sign Up

(Please be sure that you are logged into your berkeley.edu account when signing up.)

These Study Groups will begin meeting on the third week of classes. Concurrent students or students trying to sign up for groups after week 5 should email Rex de Guia at rxdeguia@berkeley.edu.

NOTE: Do NOT use Internet Explorer to sign up; it won't work. Please use Firefox(PC, Mac) or Safari(Mac).

You should receive a confirmation that your request for the study group has been granted 24 hours before the study group is scheduled to meet for the first time in the third week. If you do not receive a confirmation or if you have problems signing up online, please contact Rex de Guia at rxdeguia@berkeley.edu.


Description of Study Group

Study Group Leaders facilitate discussion of course content and guide students in developing approaches to critical reading, time management, notetaking and exam strategies. Study Group Leaders will also hold office hours for students in the Study Group to provide individual tutoring. Study groups are free to all registered students and have been known to help students navigate course material in a more effective manner. Study Groups also provide students with an oppportunity to collaborate with their peers.

Study Group Policies

  • Students who sign up and consistently attend Study Groups will be given priority for individual tutoring in courses supported by Study Groups. For students who request individual tutoring but do not join study groups, individual tutoring is extremely limited.
  • Wait List: Admission to study groups are on a first come first serve basis. The first twenty to sign up for each study group will likely receive a slot. All request after the first twenty will be placed on a wait list.
  • Caveat- Study Groups are not a substitute for either lecture or discussion sections. Social Science study groups are not a drop-in format in that study group participants are asked to join the group and attend consistently throughout the course of the semester.