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Katie received a Bachelor of Science degree from CSU in Biology with a concentration in genetics, systematics, and evolution. In 2014, she completed a Master of Arts degree from CSU in Biological Anthropology. Her research interests focus on the impact of paleoclimate oscillation on hominin occupation in Late Pleistocene Central Asia. In collaboration with Kazakh and CSU colleagues, her research has encompassed paleoanthropology, pedology, biogeography, and ecology. In addition, Katie has worked on other archaeology projects in Colorado and Kazakhstan, researched fire history in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, investigated forest regeneration after significant disturbances in Rocky Mountain National Park and Routt National Park, and is in the process of completing a livelihoods project with The Nature Conservancy in Colorado.
M.A., Biological Anthropology, Colorado State University, 2014
B.S. in Biological Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, 2010
ANTH121, Human Origins and Variation Laboratory
ANTH373, Human Evolution (Online)