Lauryn Bragg joined the Geographic Information Science and Technology Group in September 2014 as a Post-bachelor’s research associate. She received her bachelor’s degree in Anthropology at the University of Tennessee in 2012 and is currently working on her Masters in GIS at the University of Denver. She is part of the Population Distribution and Dynamics Team, focusing on Population Density Tables. She also collects data and imagery in support of other projects.
Her interests include past and present migration, as well as settlement patterns and land use; and the marriage of anthropology and geospatial techniques. She is also interested in historical site preservation and has assisted in creating a model to visualize movement through historical sites. Other interests include Remote Sensing, Agent-based Modeling, and effects of populations on the environment.