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Social Inequality, Health & Policy Advising

One of the biggest benefits of being in the Social Inequality, Health, and Policy BDP is that you have access to individualized advising services. Christine Anderson, the BDP advisor and connecting experiences advisor for Social Inequality, Health, and Policy, specializes in helping you

  • Find courses from different disciplines that match your interests.
  • Integrate your BDP work with your degree plan.
  • Find unique research and internship opportunities connected to your interests and career goals.

Coursework Advising

Students in the Social Inequality, Health, and Policy BDP should plan to come in for coursework advising with Christine Anderson once each long semester during registration.

Connecting Experience Advising

Social Inequality, Health, and Policy students must complete at least two connecting experiences as part of the BDP. Christine can help you through the entire process, from brainstorming research and internship possibilities to helping you get course credit for the experience. Remember that it can take time to find the right connecting experience for you, so contact Christine the semester before you want to be in a connecting experience.

Christine Anderson Christine Anderson, M.A.
canderson@austin.utexas.edu
232-7564 for an appointment

Christine Anderson has been working with the Bridging Disciplines Programs since March 2008. She is the advisor for the Cultural Studies, Film Studies, Human Right & Social Justice, Global Studies, and Social Inequality, Health & Policy Programs. She received her B.A. in History and M.A. in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. Along with her academic achievements, Christine brings her experience in nonprofit program coordination and event planning.