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Recent Graduates and Placement

We celebrate the achievements of our graduates. The career opportunities they have found after completing our PhD program are endless. Listed below are the last ten years of graduate placements.  Although only recent graduates are listed at this time, we maintain information about all of our graduates. Please send updates about our alumni at


Christine Chalifoux (Sociocultural)
Betrayal and Belonging: Kinship, Ethnicity, and Cosmopolitanism in Kampala

Miranda Nicole Cosman (Biological)
Trabecular and Cortical Skeletal Correlates of Locomotor Ontogeny in Pan with Comparisons to Skeletal Variation and Adaptation in Gorilla and Pongo

Timothy Everhart (Archaeology)
A Study of Scioto Hopewell Monuments and Monumentality

Elspeth Geiger (Archaeology)
Power and Provisions in Anishinaabewaki: Re-Contextualizing Human-Environment Interactions During the Great Lakes Fur Trade

Sheng Long (Sociocultural)
Numbering Land: The Mathematics of Geography and Subjectivity in Agrarian Reforms

Martin Menz (Archaeology)
Re-Assessing "Village Life" at Hunter-Gatherer Ceremonial Centers: Occupation at Letchworth Mounds (8JE337)

Emma Nolan-Thomas (Anthropology and History)
Practicing the Prophet's Medicine: Health, Illness, and Islamic Therapeutics in Indonesia

Ashley Marie Schubert (Archaeology)
Tradition and Transformation: Mississippian Households and Communities in the Appalachian Summit, AD 1200-1600

Sharmi Sen (Biological)
Dispersal and Male Reproductive Strategies in Wild Gelada (Theropithecus Gelada)

Omri Senderowicz (Anthropology and History)
From Society to Community: Privatizing the Israeli Kibbutz (1975-2020)
Visiting Assistant Professor and Israel Institute Teaching Fellow, University of Kansas

Magdalena Zegarra (Sociocultural)
Growing Old in the Margins: Care, Social Abandonment, Death, and Possibility among the Elderly Poor in Lima