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Megan Kleeschulte

Ph.D. Student


I received my Bachelor’s of Art’s Degree from Monmouth University with minors in Archaeology, History, and Geographic Information Systems. I attended two field schools during my time there, the first was a residential exploration of Fort Charles in Nevis, followed by a Forensic Anthropology field school led by Dr. Thomas Crist in Europe, including the ancient city of Butrint in Albania.


Forensic anthropology, human identification in mass disaster or human rights investigations, the biomechanics of trauma, GIS applications

Awards and Recognitions

2016 Outstanding Undergraduate Scholar in Anthropology. Monmouth University, NJ

2016 Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean’s Award of Excellence. Monmouth University, NJ.



Co-Authored a poster entitled “Evidence of Perimortem Trauma and Taphonomic Damage in a WWI Soldier from Romania” that was presented at the 2016 Society for Historical Archaeology Conference.

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