Students sharing similar interests and excited to learn new tools are welcome to apply to work with me as part of Utah’s anthropology graduate program. When I have graduate student support through external funding I will announce that here, otherwise note funding packages are highly competitive.
As a Bio-cultural Anthropologist, my research aims to investigate the intersectionality of culture, ecology, and biology to explain human behavior. I apply traditional and modified foraging models, ethnographic fieldwork, and empirical studies to explore human subsistence behavior utilizing a mixed theoretical approach that draws from both cultural and biological evolutionary theory
- Rusty Keele (Masters, 2018)
- Mairanda Suapaia Henline (BS, 2019)
- Alina Paegle (BS, 2018)
- Swayze Hansen (BS, 2019)
- Daniel Hernandez (BS, 2013)