Dr. Meghan Howey, Former Culture & Sustainability Faculty Scholar

UNHSA Culture and Sustainability Faculty Fellow Meghan HoweyDr. Meghan Howey is a UNHSI Culture & Sustainability Faculty Fellow. In this role, she provides leadership to engage the University community in efforts to bring the knowledge and creative inquiry of the liberal arts and humanities to bear on sustainability. Specifically, she:

  • Participates in the UNHSI Collaborative Council to help guide the direction of CAS and the UNHSA as a whole.
  • Provides interim advising to students interested in the forthcoming Sustainability Dual Major.
  • Helps guide other UNHSI programming and initiatives around culture and sustainability.

Dr. Howey is an Assistant Professor of Archaeology. She teaches courses in physical anthropology; evolution, fossils, and DNA; peoples and cultures of North America, method and theory in archaeology, and landscape archaeology. Her areas of research insclude archaeology of North America, ritual practice, non-hierarchical societies, ethnohistory, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

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