M.A. in Anthropology, Colorado State University
Biological Anthropology; Paleoanthropology; Skeletal Morphology
Dr. Michelle Glantz
I am a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Texas at Austin, working with Dr. John Kappelman. My dissertation research uses faunal remains and taphonomic analysis to reconstruct early human foraging behavior at SM-1, a Middle Stone Age site in NW Ethiopia.
Note to Current Students
My time at Colorado State University and in Fort Collins was very productive and rewarding, both academically and personally. I loved the Department of Anthropology and had an amazing and supportive advisor, Dr. Glantz, who really prepared me well for the road ahead. I certainly attribute my current success at UT in large part to having Dr. Glantz as a mentor as well as my training from other faculty in the department with different specializations that overlapped with mine, particularly Dr. Magennis and Dr. LaBelle. I probably would not be where I am today without my experience at Colorado State University and I couldn’t be prouder to be a Ram!