- PhD Student - Physical
Gretchen Zoeller is a biological anthropology student whose research focuses on the Nile River Valley populations in Africa, particularly, ancient Nubia at site of Nuri, North Sudan. Nestled within rich cultural and archaeological contexts, Gretchen’s special interests in bioarchaeology, mortuary practices, and paleopathology are being implemented to explore the site’s archaeological remains and reconstruct its deep history of human occupation.
Degrees and EducationMA, Indiana University- Purdue University, Indianapolis, 2020
BA, Indiana University, Bloomington, 2014