Graduate Students

Haley Omeasoo



Personal Summary

I'm a Native American Graduate Student from the Blackfeet Reservation (Browning, MT). I am an enrolled member of the Hopi Tribe and a Descendent of the Blackfeet Tribe. I am currently a Doctoral Student under Dr. Snow in the Forensic/Molecular wing of the Anthropology Department. Outside of school, I am a wife and mother of 2 little boys and 1 pup :) 


M.A. Forensic Anthropology

B.S. Human Biology

B.A.Forensic Anthropology 

C.T. Forensic Science

Courses Taught

ANTY 101- Intro to Anthropology

ANTY 133X- Food and Culture

CJUS 125- Intro to Forensic Science

CJUS 488- Forensic Science: The Crime Lab & Beyond

Research Interests

Forensic & Molecular Anthropology

Trauma to Skeletal Remains in Association with IPV or Child Abuse

Residential Schools and Repatriation of Native American Remains and Artifacts

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Men Epidemic

Field of Study

Forensic & Molecular Anthropology - Doctoral Program


"Identifying Skeletal Trauma Markers Associated with Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) 


Honors / Awards

Lambda Alpha National Anthropology Honors Society