Anthropology in Program Evaluation (trans. Lauren Suchman)
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About this Episode of Alumni Aloud
Lauren Suchman is Evaluation Director at the Institute for Global Health Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco. Lauren earned her PhD from the Anthropology Program at the Graduate Center.
In this episode of Alumni Aloud, Lauren tells us about the importance of shaping a narrative around your career choices and the benefits of thinking and preparing for post-dissertation life early in your PhD training, as well as the sacrifices and unexpected joys of applying research in outcome-driven contexts.
This episode’s interview was conducted by Anders Wallace. The music is “Corporate (Success)” by Scott Holmes.
This episode is in the process of being transcribed. Please check back later for a complete transcript of the conversation.