Archaeological Chemistry; Forensic Anthropology; Collagen and Apatite Extraction; Diagenesis, Medicine.
University of California, Santa Barbara: BA Biological Anthropology, Specialization- Bioarchaeology. September 2015
Cal State University Channel Islands: Premedical Studies, expected May 2016
Hari is a UCSB alum from Merced, California and Tempe, Arizona. On a broad scale, she is interested in studying the environment and the human body, ranging from diagensis in human remains to how the environment influences health and informs health inequalities. She strives to take an interdisciplinary aspect to her work by incorporating knowledge from from a range of fields, including earth science, gender studies, and medicine.
Hari is currently in the process of pursuing medicine.
When she's not in lab, Hari enjoys petting dogs, making books, and cooking.
Undergraduate Research and Creative Activites Grantee 2014-2015 ($750)
UCSB Undergraduate Research Colloquium: Poster Presentee
Department of Anthropology- Distinction in Major: Awarded June 2015
Department of Anthropology- Award for Research Promise: Awarded June 2015
Hari's undergraduate honors thesis, Dust to Dust- Diagenesis in Context with Stable Isotopes at Kerebe-Sira-Tomo, Burkina Faso, West Africa, can be found in the BABL.