Kristin R. Snopkowski
Phone: (208) 426-3055
Ph.D., Anthropology, University of New Mexico
M.S., Anthropology, University of New Mexico
B.S., Computer Science, Cornell University
Kristin Snopkowski is an evolutionary anthropologist and human behavioral ecologist. Her research focuses on the ways that evolutionary and ecological forces shape modern human variation, with a particular focus on reproductive decision-making, intergenerational and sexual cooperation and conflict, mental-health, menopause, and hormonal correlates.
She (along with Dr. Kathryn Demps) runs the Behavioral Endocrinology laboratory to examine the interrelation of hormones and behavior.
Kristin is the Program Coordinator for the Data Science for Liberal Arts certificate and minor.
Human behavioral ecology, evolutionary demography, fertility transition, life history theory, kinship, behavioral endocrinology
-Human Behavioral Ecology
-Human Evolutionary History and Development
-Principles of Data Science
-Statistical Methods in Anthropology
-Statistical Modeling in R
-Kinship and Social Organization