Tori Saneda received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies from the University
of Toledo and a Master's degree in Anthropology from The Ohio State University. Her
scholarly interests include Mayan archaeology, anthropology of religion, and globalization. She
also is interested in the scholarship of distance learning and teaching and assessment. Ms.
Saneda has worked on archaeological projects in Belize, Guatemala, Mexico, and Ohio
where she worked summers as a park archaeologist for the National Park Service. Before
joining Cascadia in 2005, she taught courses in anthropology and sociology at Columbus
State Community College and The Ohio State University. She currently teaches courses
in cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, world prehistory, religion and
culture, human rights, archaeology, and linguistic anthropology. In 2008, Ms. Saneda
was awarded the Anna Sue McNeill Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Award from the
Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges.
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