Graduate Student, Department of Anthropology
B.A. in Anthropology, Michigan State University
Remote sensing; GIS; locating and preserving archaeology sites
Louise Steele earned her B.A in Anthropology from Michigan State University. Louise was involved in forensic and bioarchaeological research projects as well as using GIS with legacy spatial data for the site of Isthmia, Greece at MSU. During her time as an undergraduate, she completed the Central Belize Archaeological Survey field school in the Cayo District of Belize, and studied abroad in both Greece and Ireland. Her research interests include the use of GIS and remote sensing technologies for the location and preservation of archaeological sites. In her spare time, Louise enjoys a good used book, brewing beer, embroidery and exploring new places.