Kimberly Foecke

Kim Foecke
SEH workstation 6952
[email protected]

Human Paleobiology Ph.D. program

Entered fall 2016

Advisors: David Braun, Alison Brooks

Kimberly Foecke's research interests focus on understanding the behavioral context of human evolution in the late Pleistocene and the effect of environmental factors on behavioral characteristics of hominins.  She works with chemical and geological laboratory techniques and is interested in method development and taphonomy.


B.S., Archaeological Science, Pennsylvania State University
M.S., Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University

Year Entered GW Program: 2016
Advisor: David Braun, Alison Brooks