M.A., Anthropology, University of Oregon (2017).
B.A., Anthropology (Biological) with departmental honors, University of Oregon (2015).
Bio/Cultural Anthropology (Advisor: Larry Sugiyama)
Chris is a doctoral student with research interests in human behavioral ecology, evolutionary psychology, market integration, human attraction, non-communicable diseases, parasitology, Latin America, and hunter-gatherers.
As an undergraduate Chris became a member of the McNair Scholars Program. He has conducted fieldwork and assisted with several research projects in Amazonian Ecuador with The Shuar Health and Life History Project: http://www.bonesandbehavior.org/shuar/index.html
Prior to graduate school, Chris worked as a wildland firefighter and as a counselor at a treatment center for youth with mental health disorders and addiction issues.