Hello!! My name is Breanna Ramsay and I am an Anthropology major with specializations in Bioethics, Humanities and Society and Global Public Health and Epidemiology. I am a senior and will be graduating in December! I am currently looking into different Public Health programs for my graduate education.
My experience with anthropology actually started in high school. My school offered anthropology as an elective and I instantly fell in love with the class and decided to further my education in the field at the collegiate level. I have taken many anthropology courses and have found myself using what I have learned in those courses to bring an anthropological perspective into my Public Health and Epidemiology courses. I am taking this class because medical anthropology is the sub-field of anthropology I have come to have the greatest interest in and I want to further my knowledge of the field.
Horses are a HUGE part of my life and I have been fortunate enough to get a second horse while in college. I am a part of MSU’s Dressage club and have had the opportunity to bring one of my horses to MSU with me this past year. I have had my first horse for 10 years and just got my second one in November 2013. I compete with both horses, so when I am not in class or working, I am at the barn with both of my horses.
Snickers (my first horse):
Bandon (my newest buddy and ex-racehorse)