"I grew up with folklore all around me; my family is steeped in superstitions, stories,
and folk beliefs that I have heard since I can remember. Now I can put a name to all
of it and actually study it."
Renee has a B.A. in Anthropology with concentrations in Archaeology and Cultural Anthropology
from Western Kentucky University. She also has a minor in Geology. Renee was active
in many archaeology projects during her undergraduate education, such as Living Archaeology
Weekend and teaching Forensic Anthropology to Girl Scouts. Her hard work earned her
the Outstanding Graduate in Archaeology Award.
Next at WKU:
Renee wants to use her backgrounds in Archaeology and Anthropology and find a way
to intertwine the two. She hopes to study the folklore of material culture and artifacts
On the Inside:
Renee is from Leitchfield, Kentucky. She loves cooking, reading, and crafting. As
a self-proclaimed armchair meteorologist, she checks local radar up to ten times daily.
She also loves rocks and fossils, proven by her growing collection.
Renee in a Word: Loyal