Katelyn Bolhofner

Assistant Professor
Faculty
WEST Campus
Mailcode
2352
Assistant Professor
Faculty
WEST Campus
Mailcode
2352

Biography

Katelyn Bolhofner’s research in forensic anthropology and bioarchaeology links skeletal biology to issues of social identity, health and human interactions in historical and archaeological contexts, as well as in contemporary society. As an assistant professor in the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences and forensic anthropologist, she’s working to employ skeletal trauma analysis to improve diagnostic criteria that will address and curb the rising trend of physical elder abuse.

Education

Diplomate, American Board of Forensic Anthropology 

Ph.D., Anthropology, Arizona State University

M.A., Anthropology, Arizona State University 

B.A., Anthropology, The University of Florida, summa cum laude

Courses

Fall 2021
Course Number Course Title
FOR 286 Prin. of Forensic Science
FOR 394 Special Topics
FOR 492 Honors Directed Study
FOR 499 Individualized Instruction
BIO 593 Applied Project
Summer 2021
Course Number Course Title
FOR 499 Individualized Instruction
Spring 2021
Course Number Course Title
FOR 493 Honors Thesis
FOR 494 Special Topics
FOR 499 Individualized Instruction
Fall 2020
Course Number Course Title
FOR 286 Prin. of Forensic Science
FOR 394 Special Topics
FOR 499 Individualized Instruction
Spring 2020
Course Number Course Title
FOR 370 Mod Practices in Forensic Sci
FOR 493 Honors Thesis

COVID-19 information

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