Hali Niles is an Ole Miss Rebel, who received her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, specializing in Human Osteology (Bones!) and Archaeosteology. She also completed minors in Latin and Art History. Hali has also acquired four years of experience working with museum collections; researching and inventorying the University of Mississippi’s Anthropology faunal remains collection, the University of Mississippi Museum’s David M. Robinson Collection, and the Center for Creative Photography's fine print collections. In 2018, Hali was awarded the Center for Creative Photography’s Ansel Adams Internship with the registration department. She is currently completing her Master of Arts in Art History at the University of Arizona. She loves cooking, movies, board games, and most of all Wade (her miniature Maine Coon).