Mrs. Blahut has participated in archaeological projects in Hawaii, New Mexico, Spain, and Belize. In addition to archaeological projects, Mrs. Blahut has completed a yearlong internship with the former Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command – Central Identification Laboratory and has taught undergraduate laboratory courses in Biological Anthropology and Human Anatomy. She is currently finishing her M.A. in Anthropology with a focus on Biological Anthropology from New Mexico State University where she also completed a Graduate Certificate in Cultural Resource Management. Additionally, she has earned a Certificate in Applied Forensic Anthropology from University of Hawaii West Oahu and a B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Anthropology from Washington State University.