Judith Ramos, M.A.
Judith Ramos is an Assistant Professor and PhD student. She is interested in working with Indigenous Communities to help them become more self-reliant. Prof. Ramos received her BA in Anthropology from the University of Alaska Anchorage and her MA in Teaching Adult Education from the Alaska Pacific University.
Prof. Ramos is part of a multidisciplinary team studying the ancient, historical, and contemporary harvest of harbor seals at ice-floe pupping grounds near Hubbard Glacier in Yakutat, Alaska. The results of this study are relevant to questions of human adaptation and resiliency in the changing North to the Challenge of building coherence between indigenous and scientific knowledge systems.