Kaila Folinsbee is an assistant professor at Iowa State University in the Department of Anthropology where she studies the biogeography, systematics and evolution of primates.
The Department of Anthropology at ISU offers both a B.A. and B.Sc. degree in a program that emphasizes a three-field approach: archeology, biological and cultural anthropology. Our graduate program offers a thesis based M.A. degree in one of those three fields. We admit graduate students for both the Fall and Spring terms; prospective students who are interested in working with me, please use the contact form in the menu bar.