Eva M. Hernandez Janer-Mann
Ph.D. Anthropology (in progress)
Human Evolutionary Sciences (HES) at Rutgers University
Me llamo Eva (eh-bah), and I am a biological anthropologist in training.
My primary research interest involves primate dietary variation in response to environmental changes (anthropogenic/ climate change). More specifically, I am interested in how primates dietarily adapt to climate and anthropogenic-induced habitat loss, using tools like stable isotope analysis on soft and hard tissue.
In both an academic and social sphere, I am always passionate about identifying and combating inequality around me. I aim to continue to actively help, learn, educate, promote, fight, and work towards a more decolonized anthropology and more equitable spaces both within academia and out.
Current and past research & fieldwork
Cayo Santiago, Puerto Rico
Research Project: (in progress)
Identifying Climate Induced Diet Variation in Rhesus Macaques, Cayo Santiago Puerto Rico
Tequesta Village/ Metropolitan Square, Miami, Florida
Undergraduate Honors Thesis:
San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
NSF Funded Internship:
New York University (NYU)
Masters of Arts (M.A.) 2017-2020
Anthropology, Human Skeletal Biology (HSB)
Advisors: Dr's Susan Antón, James Higham, Scott Williams
University of Miami (UM)
Bachelors or Arts (B.A.) 2014-2017
Anthropology Advisor: Dr. William Pestle
Geological Sciences Advisors: Dr. Harold Wanless, Dr. Don McNeill
Curriculum Vitae (CV)
(Last Updated Summer 2020)
Support & Collaborations
SACNAS - NYU Chapter Vice President & Media Director
NYU Fall 2018- Fall 2020
NYU's Chapter of the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in STEM (SACNAS). An inclusive organization that promotes diversity and equal opportunity in STEM. SACNAS (& NYU Chapter) provide a platform and support for the most underrepresented in STEM to attain degrees, careers, and leadership positions.