Katy Meyers

Katy is an Anthropology PhD Student who specializes in Mortuary archaeology and bioarchaeology. She received her MSc from University of Edinburgh and BA from SUNY Geneseo. She is also active in the digital humanities, and was in the first cohort of fellows for the Cultural Heritage Informatics Initiative, and wasthe head game designer for an educational video game, Red Land Black Land. She writes bi-weekly blog posts on her personal blog, Bones Don’t Lie, as well as writes for MSU Campus Archaeology where she is the lead campus archaeology, and is often a featured guest writer on Past Horizons.

Michigan State University
Anthropology PhD Student
Email: kmeyers35 [at] gmail [dot] com
Twitter: @bonesdonotlie
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Most Recent Articles

June 1, 2014
The possibilities and challenges of open data for graduate students
April 6, 2014
From innovation to interdisciplinarity
March 2, 2014
Looking back, looking forward
February 23, 2014
Finding and dealing with internet imposters
January 19, 2014
Not all advice is good advice.
October 24, 2013
Making the job market a little less terrifying one skill at a time. 
September 27, 2013
When living on campus isn't an option.
August 26, 2013
Grad lessons from surviving the zombie apocalypse.
June 2, 2013
Key social media questions.
May 15, 2013
Learning to debate and communicate.


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