M.A., Anthropology, May 2014
Work focused on relationships between individuals and emergent social organization, and documenting these relationships among prehistoric populations using biogeochemical analyses.
- President, Anthropology Graduate Student Association
- Treasurer, Archaeological Sciences of the Americas Symposium
- Advisory Council Member, Graduate School Career Development Office
B.A. magna cum laude, Anthropology, May 2011
Work focused on relationships between health and social organization, and prehistoric antibiotic ingestion.
- Thesis title: Bring me more beer: Haversian system formation rates for a Nubian population and intervals between periods of tetracycline ingestion.