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Andrew D. Gillreath-Brown, RPA Department of Anthropology Washington State University PO Box 644910 Pullman, Washington 99164, USA

RESEARCH INTERESTS

EDUCATION Expected 2020 August 2016

December 2011

May 2008 May 2008 August 2005

Phone Number: 1 (205) 335-4529 [email protected] andrewgillreathbrown.wordpress.com

Landscape ecology, GIS and spatial analysis, agent-based modeling, computational modeling, evolutionary archaeology, computational and quantitative methods in archaeology, paleoecology and paleoclimatology, complex adaptive systems, human settlement and demography, subsistence, agriculture, modern applications of archaeology, zooarchaeology, paleoethnobotany, hydrology, southwestern Archaeology Washington State University, Pullman, Washington PhD, Anthropology, Specialization Track: Archaeology (current GPA: 4.0) University of North Texas, Denton, Texas MS, Applied Geography, emphasis in Environmental Archaeology Thesis: Looking Outward from the Village: The Contingencies of Soil Moisture on the Prehistoric Farmed Landscape near Goodman Point Pueblo Committee: Lisa Nagaoka (chair), Feifei Pan, Reid Ferring, Steve Wolverton Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee BS, Anthropology and Archaeology, Minor in Music Senior Thesis: An Exploration of Turtle Shell Rattle Manufacture in the Mississippian Period Committee: Tanya M. Peres (director), Jackie Eller (chair), Kevin Smith, William Leggett Freed-Hardeman University, Henderson, Tennessee BS, Mathematics and Natural Sciences Freed-Hardeman University, Henderson, Tennessee BA, Biblical Studies Wallace State Community College, Hanceville, Alabama AS, Pre-Engineering

EDITORIAL POSITIONS March 2015 – Present Editorial Assistant for Ethnobiology Letters (ISSN 2159-8126) July 2016 – June 2017 Guest Editor for Special Section (June 2017 – Issue 2) in Journal of Ethnobiology (Online ISSN: 2162-4496) AWARDS, ACCOLADES, AND GRANTS 2017 Nicholas Michael Scoales Scholarship in Archaeology Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, $1,000 2017 NWAC Graduate Student Paper Award Northwest Anthropological Conference, 70th Annual Meeting in Spokane, Washington, April 12– 15, 2017, $150 2017 Anthropology Development Fund Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, $1,000

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2017 – Present Graduate Research Assistant Department of Anthropology, WSU Graduate School, Washington State University, $10,890 for tuition (in-state), and $15,178.68 for research assistantship stipend for fall and spring semesters 2016 – 2017 Graduate Research Assistant Department of Anthropology, WSU Graduate School, Washington State University, $24,322 for tuition and fees (out-of-state), and $14,764.50 for research assistantship stipend for fall and spring semesters 2016 Graduate Recruitment Fellowship Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, $1,000 2016 Barbara Lawrence Award (Student Paper Award) Society of Ethnobiology, 39th Annual Conference in Tucson, Arizona, March 16-19, 2016, $350 2016 F. Andrew Schoolmaster Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Honors College, Award for Department of Geography and the Environment, University of North Texas, $1,000 2015 – 2016 Graduate Academic Excellence (3.8 GPA or Higher) Department of Geography and the Environment, University of North Texas 2014 – 2016 Graduate Assistantship Tuition Scholarship (GATS) Toulouse Graduate School, University of North Texas, $17,142.84 for tuition and fees, and $27,295.92 for teaching assistantship stipend for fall, spring, and summer semesters 2011 Undergraduate Research Experience and Creative Activity (URECA) Grant Project: “Zooarchaeological Evidence for Turtle Shell Rattle Production.” Undergraduate Research Center, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN, $3,500 PUBLICATIONS 2017 Gillreath-Brown, Andrew, and Tanya Peres Identifying Turtle Shell Rattles in the Archaeological Record of the Southeastern United States. Ethnobiology Letters 8(1):109–114. DOI: 10.14237/ebl.8.1.2017.979. 2017 Gillreath-Brown, Andrew, and R. Kyle Bocinsky A Dialogue between Empirical and Model-based Agricultural Studies in Archaeology. Journal of Ethnobiology 37(2):167–171. DOI: 10.2993/0278-0771-37.2.167. 2016 Gillreath-Brown, Andrew Traditional Arid Lands Agriculture: Understanding the Past for the Future. Edited by Scott E. Ingram and Robert C. Hunt. 2015. The University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 392 pp. Ethnobiology Letters 7(1):99–103. DOI: 10.14237/ebl.7.1.2016.810. SPECIAL ISSUES 2017 Gillreath-Brown, Andrew, and R. Kyle Bocinsky, co-editors Empirical and Model-based Agricultural Studies in Archaeology. Journal of Ethnobiology 37(2):167–307. Available at: http://www.bioone.org/toc/etbi/37/2. PUBLICATIONS (Forthcoming) 2018 Gillreath-Brown, Andrew, and Tanya Peres An Experimental Study of Turtle Shell Rattle Production and the Implications for Prehistoric Faunal Assemblages. Submitted to PLOS ONE on January 15, 2018 (under review). 2018 Gillreath-Brown, Andrew, and Aaron Deter-Wolf Modeling Archaic Settlement Patterns and Ecology in the Middle Cumberland River Valley of Tennessee. In The Cumberland River Archaic of Middle Tennessee Book, edited by Tanya Peres and Aaron Deter-Wolf. Manuscript under contract for publication, University of Florida Press, Gainesville, Florida. Current updates at: www.researchgate.net/project/The-Cumberland-River-Archaic-of-Middle-Tennessee.

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Dombrosky, Jonathan, Steve Wolverton, Andrew Gillreath-Brown, and Laura Ellyson Faunal Remains in the Goodman Point Unit. In The Archaeology of the Goodman Point Unit. Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO. Manuscript in preparation.

THESES 2016 Brown, Andrew Looking Outward from the Village: The Contingencies of Soil Moisture on the Prehistoric Farmed Landscape near Goodman Point Pueblo. Master’s Thesis, Department of Geography, University of North Texas, Denton, TX. Available from UNT Digital Library: http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc862755/. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.17680.00004. 2011 Brown, Andrew An Exploration of Turtle Shell Rattle Manufacture in the Mississippian Period. Senior Thesis, Middle Tennessee State University library, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2675.5921. TECHNICAL REPORTS 2013 Deter-Wolf, Aaron, Benjamin A. Steere, and Andrew Gillreath-Brown Pit Features. In The Fernvale Site (40WM51): Late Archaic and Multicomponent Occupations along the South Harpeth River in Williamson County, Tennessee, edited by A. Deter-Wolf. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Division of Archaeology Research Series No. 19, Nashville, TN. Available at: www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/environment/archaeology/documents/researchseries/arch_rs19_fernvale_ Rev_2016.pdf. 2013 McKee, Larry, and Andrew Brown Archaeological Survey of Proposed Abiff Cellular Tower Site and Access Road in Dickson County, Tennessee. TRC, Inc. Submitted on October 28, 2013. PODIUM AND POSTER 2018 Paleotemperature Reconstructions of the Upland United States Southwest for the Last 2,000 years. Poster to be presented at the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology Conference, April 11–April 15, 2018, Washington, DC (co-authors: R. Kyle Bocinsky, Simon Goring, Timothy A. Kohler). 2017 Toward Effective Cyber-Infrastructure Support of Socio-Environmental Research. Poster presented at the 2017 EarthCube All-Hands Meeting, June 7–9, 2017, Seattle, Washington (authors: Andrew GillreathBrown, Kyle Bocinsky, Keith Kintigh, Timothy Kohler, Bertram Ludäscher, Ann Kinzig, Carla Van West, Margaret Nelson, Adam Brin, Sarah Oas, Johnathan Rush, Timothy McPhillips, and Yang Cao). Available at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B98ahob66g2RVWxPQ19tM1lWUVk/view. 2017 Agricultural and Social Landscapes Leading Up to the Depopulation of the Central Mesa Verde Region: A Dialogue between Archaeology and Predicting Future Effects. Paper presented at the 70th Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, April 12–15, 2017, Spokane, Washington. 2017

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2016

Looking Outward from the Village: The Effects of Soil Moisture on Prehistoric Cropland in the Central Mesa Verde Region. Paper presented at the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology Conference, March 29–April 2, 2017, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Modeling Agricultural Field Locations Around Mississippian Period Sites in Tennessee: A Case Study from the Mound Bottom Site. Poster presented at the 28th Annual Current Research in Tennessee Archaeology Conference, January 27–28, 2017, Nashville, Tennessee (co-authors: Dr. Lisa Nagaoka and Dr. Steve Wolverton). Landscape Ecology and Puebloan Settlement Patterns in the Central Mesa Verde Region. Paper presented at the Geography, Anthropology, Biology Research Activities Forum, May 16, 2016, Denton, Texas.

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Exploring Agricultural Field Locations and Proximity to Puebloan Habitation Sites by Modeling Soil Moisture in the Central Mesa Verde Region, Southwestern Colorado. Poster presented at the 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology Conference, April 6–10, 2016, Orlando, Florida (coauthors: Dr. Lisa Nagaoka, Dr. Feifei Pan, and Dr. Steve Wolverton). DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3100.9680.

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A Geospatial Soil Moisture Model: Assessing Agricultural Field Locations and Risk Management in the Goodman Point Watershed, Southwestern Colorado. Paper presented at the 39th Annual Conference of the Society of Ethnobiology, March 16–19, 2016, Tucson, Arizona. Modeling Soil Moisture of Farmland near Mississippian Period Sites in Davidson County, Tennessee. Poster presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, November 18–21, 2015, Nashville, Tennessee (co-authors: Dr. Lisa Nagaoka and Dr. Steve Wolverton). DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2943.8803. Modeling Soil Moisture of Farmland near Mesa Verde Villages at Goodman Point, Southwestern Colorado. Poster presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology Conference, April 15–19, 2015, San Francisco, California (co-authors: Dr. Lisa Nagaoka, Dr. Feifei Pan, and Dr. Steve Wolverton). DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4909.9600. Modeling Soil Moisture of Farmland near Mesa Verde Villages at Goodman Point, Southwestern Colorado. Poster presented at the Federation of North Texas Area Universities Graduate Student Research Symposium, April 10, 2015, Texas Woman’s University (co-authors: Dr. Lisa Nagaoka, Dr. Feifei Pan, and Dr. Steve Wolverton). The Modified Faunal Remains from the Spirit Hill Site: A Taphonomic Perspective. Paper presented at the 27th Annual Current Research in Tennessee Archaeology Conference, January 23–24, 2015, Nashville, Tennessee. Scraping the Surface: Bone and Shell Modification at the Spirit Hill Site (1JA642). Paper presented at the 26th Annual Current Research in Tennessee Archaeology Conference, January 24–25, 2014, Nashville, Tennessee. Shaking Things Up in the Tennessee: Turtle Shell Rattles in the Mississippian Period. Paper presented at the 25th Annual Current Research in Tennessee Archaeology Conference, January 25–26, 2013, Nashville, Tennessee. Shaking Things Up in the Southeast: Turtle Shell Rattles in the Mississippian Period. Paper presented at the 69th Annual Southeastern Archaeological Conference, November 7–10, 2012, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. An Exploration of Turtle Shell Rattle Manufacture in the Mississippian Period. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Society of Ethnobiology Conference, April 11–14, 2012, Denver, Colorado. An Exploration of Turtle Shell Rattle Manufacture in the Mississippian Period. Paper presented at the 47th Annual Southern Anthropological Society Conference, March 14–17, 2012, Birmingham, Alabama. An Exploration of Turtle Shell Rattle Use in the Mississippian Period. Poster presented at the 24th Annual Current Research in Tennessee Archaeology Conference, January 27–28, 2012, Nashville, Tennessee (coauthor: Dr. Tanya M. Peres). An Exploration of Turtle Shell Rattle Use in the Mississippian Period. Poster presented at the 68th Annual Southeastern Archaeological Conference, November 3–5, 2011, Jacksonville, Florida (co-author: Dr. Tanya M. Peres). DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2861.9605. Drilling the Carapace: Experimental Archaeology and Turtle Shell Rattles. Paper presented at the Tennessee Undergraduate Social Science Symposium, October 31–November 1, 2011, Murfreesboro, Tennessee. A Modern Refuse Investigation of the Lower and Upper Socioeconomic Status Groups, East Main and South Hancock Streets, Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Paper presented at the Tennessee Undergraduate Social Science Symposium. October 30–31, 2009, Murfreesboro, Tennessee (co-author: Lauren Hughes).

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INVITED LECTURES AND SEMINARS 2016 Looking Outward from the Village: Evaluating the Relationship between Prehistoric Cropland and Settlement using a Geospatial Soil Moisture Model in the Goodman Watershed. Presentation (guest seminar) at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center. June 27, 2016, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado. 2015 Collaborative Research: Modeling Crop Failure Potential in Late Pueblo Mesa Verde Villages. Presentation (guest seminar) at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center. August 5, 2015, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado. 2014 The Archaeology of Ancient Turtle Shell Rattles in Tennessee and the Southeast. Presentation (invited lecture) at the Middle Cumberland Archaeological Society Meeting. April 15, 2014, Tennessee Historical Commission, Nashville, Tennessee. OTHER PRESENTATIONS 2017 Paleoclimate Reconstructions and Human Adaptation of the Past, Present, and Future. Lecture in General Anthropology (ANTH 101) at Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, November 3, 2017. 2017 Pollen-Based Paleo-Temperature Reconstructions. Research profile presentation at Washington State University R Working Group in the Center for Environmental Research, Education and Outreach (CEREO), Pullman, Washington, October 25, 2017. Available at: andrewgillreathbrown.wordpress.com/2017/11/20/pollen-based-paleo-temperature-reconstructions/. ACADEMIC AND ORGANIZATIONAL BLOG POSTS 2016 The Production of Prehistoric Turtle Shell Rattles in Tennessee. Blog post for Tennessee Archaeology Awareness Month, hosted by Tennessee Council for Professional Archaeology, posted on September 12, 2016. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.34447.38562. 2016 Experiencing the Yaqui Cultural Center during the Ethnobiology Conference 2016. Blog post for the Society of Ethnobiology’s Forage! Blog, posted on September 7, 2016. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.28553.65129. 2015 Exploring Agricultural Lands and Crop Failure around Mississippian Period Sites in Middle Tennessee. Blog post for Tennessee Archaeology Awareness Month, hosted by Tennessee Council for Professional Archaeology, posted on September 25, 2015. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1938.9926. 2014 Shake it like a Turtle Shell Rattle. Blog post for Tennessee Archaeology Awareness Month, hosted by Tennessee Council for Professional Archaeology, posted on September 7, 2014. Available at: https://tennesseearchaeologycouncil.wordpress.com/2014/09/07/30-days-of-tennessee-archaeologyday-7/. FIGURES CREATED FOR PUBLICATION 2016 Figure 1.1 produced by Andrew Brown. In Wolverton, Steve, Lisa A. Nagaoka, and Torben C. Rick. Applied Zooarchaeology: Five Case Studies. Eliot Werner Publications: Clinton Corners, New York. RESEARCH AND FIELD EXPERIENCE** Washington State University, Pullman, Washington August 2016 – Present Research Assistant for National Science Foundation RIDIR Grant. Project: Collaborative Research: Developing and Deploying SKOPE: Synthesizing Knowledge of Past Environments. Directed by Dr. Tim Kohler Developing and evaluating paleoclimatic models. Exploring the use of pollen data to produce low-frequency temperature and paleobiome reconstructions. May – September 2016

University of North Texas, Denton, Texas Research Assistant for National Science Foundation Archaeology Grant (no. 1460122). Project: Collaborative Research: Modeling Crop Failure Potential in Late Pueblo Mesa Verde Villages. Directed by Dr. Lisa Nagaoka Andrew D. Gillreath-Brown



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Developing a geospatial soil moisture model to predict prehistoric agricultural field locations. Remote sensing (drone), leaf area index, and soil moisture fieldwork at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center and nearby sites May – September 2015

June 2013 – August 2014

July 2015

July 2013 June – August 2012

April – June 2013

March – June 2013

August – Sept. 2012

May 2012 June 2011

University of North Texas, Denton, Texas Research Assistant for National Science Foundation Archaeology Grant (no. 1460122). Project: Collaborative Research: Modeling Crop Failure Potential in Late Pueblo Mesa Verde Villages. Directed by Dr. Lisa Nagaoka Extensive literature review on dendrochronology, climate, and drought in relation to prehistoric agriculture; remote sensing (drone), leaf area index, and soil moisture fieldwork; assisted with experimental gardens on Crow Canyon Archaeological Center’s campus TRC Companies, Inc., Nashville, Tennessee Archaeological Crew Chief and Senior Field/Lab Technician (full time) 25 Phase I Surveys; 4 Phase III Mitigations and Excavations; and 6 Monitoring/Delineations. Directed by Dr. Larry McKee, Hannah Guidry, Kelly Hockersmith, and Jared Barrett As a crew chief, I determined survey and excavation strategies, managed crews, conducted background research, compiled data, handled GPS and GIS data in the field, identified artifacts/features, and mapped sites. Texas A&M University, Center for the Study of the First Americans, College Station, Texas Archaeologist Field Technician Excavated at the Debra L. Friedkin Site (Salado, Texas); Directed by Dr. Michael Waters Archaeologist Field Technician Excavated at the Phil Stratton Site (Kentucky); Directed by Dr. Jesse Tune Archaeologist Field Technician Excavated at the Coats-Hines site (Franklin, Tennessee); Directed by Dr. Michael Waters and Dr. Jesse Tune New South Associates, Inc., Stone Mountain, Georgia Field Technician 1 Phase I Survey; 1 Phase III Excavation; and 1 Geophysics Survey. Directed by Ryan Robinson and Shawn Patch Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., Evansville, Indiana Archaeological Field Technician II 1 Phase I Survey; 3 Phase II Surveys; and 1 Phase II/III Excavation. Directed by Kevin Head and Richard Herndon Michael Baker Jr., Inc., Moon Township, Pennsylvania Cultural Resources Associate I - Archaeological Field Technician 1 Phase I Survey. Directed by Ryan Robinson Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee Field Crew Volunteer 1 excavation at White's Creek/USN Site (40DV7); Directed by Dr. Tanya Peres Field Crew Volunteer Excavations at the Castalian Springs site (40SU14); Directed by Dr. Kevin Smith

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June – July 2010

June – July 2008

Field Crew, MTSU Field School Excavations at the Castalian Springs site (40SU14); Directed by Dr. Kevin Smith Tel-Aviv University, Beth-Shemesh, Israel Field Crew Excavations at Tel Beth-Shemesh Site – Late Bronze Age portion of the site. Directed by Dr. Zvi Lederman and Dr. Shlomo Bunimovitz

LAB EXPERIENCE** May – August 2017 August – December 2016

August 2014 – 2016

Washington State University, Pullman, Washington Museum Technician, Museum of Anthropology Paleoethnobotanical analysis of remains from the Harrapa site located in modern day Pakistan – analysis conducted at Washington State University for the graduate course, Paleoethnobotany. Directed by Dr. Jade d’Alpoim Guedes Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado Zooarchaeological analysis of faunal remains from the Monsoon House site – analysis conducted at the University of North Texas, Denton, Texas. Directed by Dr. Steve Wolverton

TRC, Inc., Nashville, Tennessee July 2013 – August 2014 Senior Lab Technician Artifact analysis (historic and prehistoric); artifact cataloguing and curation; artifact and project research; management of other technicians; GIS; assisting with project and report maps; and contributing to site/technical reports and management summaries (e.g., research, writing, editing, and mapping). Directed by Dr. Larry McKee and Amanda Garvin. February – June 2012

February – April 2012

May – August 2011

Fall 2010

March 2012

Tennessee State Division of Archaeology, Nashville, Tennessee Volunteer lab technician Artifact analysis and cataloguing; assisting with site inspections; contributing to site and technical reports; and analyzed and interpreted data. Directed by Aaron Deter-Wolf and Mike Moore (state archaeologist) Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee Lab technician Zooarchaeological analysis of an assemblage from the Castalian Springs site, Tennessee. Directed by Dr. Tanya Peres Researcher for URECA Grant Zooarchaeological analysis of turtle remains from the Castalian Springs and Fewkes sites, Tennessee with a report to URECA. Directed by Dr. Tanya Peres Zooarchaeological analysis (part of Zooarchaeology course) Analysis of an assemblage from the Fewkes site; report of the analysis. Directed by Dr. Tanya Peres Independent researcher, McClung Museum, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee Zooarchaeological analysis and catalogue descriptions of Mississippian Period turtle shell rattle specimens

RESEARCH AND TRAVEL GRANTS 2017 Graduate and Professional Student Association Travel Grant, Washington State University, $261 Andrew D. Gillreath-Brown



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2017 2017 2016 2016 2015

Graduate and Professional Student Association Travel Grant, Washington State University, $100 Arizona Archeological and Historical Society Travel Award, $250 Awarded for the Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting 2017, Vancouver, BC Department of Geography and the Environment at the University of North Texas, Departmental Conference Support, $218 College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Texas, Graduate Student Travel Support Grant, $300 Toulouse Graduate School at the University of North Texas, Graduate Student Travel Grant (and Geography department with additional funding), $600

TEACHING Courses 2014 – 2016

2008 – 2009 Workshops August 2017

University of North Texas, Denton, Texas Fall and Spring Graduate Teaching Assistant (Instructor), ARCH 2800: Archaeological Science Lab, 1 credit, 100 students per semester Summer 2015 Graduate Teaching Assistant (Instructor), GEOL 1610: Introduction to Physical Geology Lab, 1 credit, 25 students per semester Lexington High School, Lexington, Tennessee Substitute instructor in Mathematics, Chemistry, Art, English, Physics and Engineering, and History Software Carpentry Workshop Helper, Washington State University. August 16–17, 2017. https://stephlabou.github.io/2017-08-16-wsu/.

ARCHAEOLOGICAL SERVICE April 2017 – Present April 2017 – Present Jan 2014 – Jan 2018

March 2017 2016 – 2018 June – July 2010 ACADEMIC SERVICE January 21–22, 2018 April 2017 – Present August 2017 – Present

Government Affairs Network State Representative, Tennessee Council for Professional Archaeology Representative, Society for American Archaeology. Legislative Committee, Tennessee Council for Professional Archaeology. Executive Board Member for the Tennessee Council for Professional Archaeology Review grant applications and proposals; assist with House Bill proposals; presenting research to the public; attending public archaeology events; assisting with the organization of TCPA sponsored events (e.g., SEAC 2015); Nominations Committee 2016–2017. Tennessee Council for Professional Archaeology Representative at the Council of Councils Meeting. Meeting was held in conjunction with the Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting in Vancouver, BC, Canada on March 30, 2017. Committee Chair for the Nominations Committee. Tennessee Council for Professional Archaeology. Assisted with teaching and instructing field volunteers at the MTSU Archaeological Field School. “Coug Day at the Capitol” advocacy with state representatives in Olympia, WA with the Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA), Washington State University Treasurer, Department of Anthropology, Anthropology Graduate Organization (AGO), Washington State University Senator, Department of Anthropology, Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA), Washington State University

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August 2017 – Present April 2017 Spring 2017 2017 March 2016

January – August 2016

Travel Grants Committee, Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA), Washington State University Chair and Moderator of Session 15, Archaeology, 70th Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, Spokane, Washington, April 12–15, 2017 Chair, Lipe Visiting Scholar Committee, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman WA. Edited Issue, Empirical and Model-based Agricultural Studies in Archaeology Guest editor, Journal of Ethnobiology Organized Conference Session, First Farmers, First Farms: Landscape Ecology of the Early Neolithic Co-organizer and Moderator, Society of Ethnobiology, 39th Annual Conference, Tucson, Arizona Secretary for the Gamma Theta Upsilon Alpha Alpha Chapter

RECENT VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE October 30, 2017 Spooky Scary Science, Moscow Public Library, Moscow, Idaho. Idaho Commission for Libraries, Fun with Math and Science Program, with funding from The Institute of Museum and Library Services. August 17, 2017 WSU Week of Welcome College of Arts and Sciences College Kick-Off, Anthropology Museum, hands-on introduction to the four fields of Anthropology. Pullman, WA. July 19, 2017 Washington State University Native American Camp, Atlatl activities and Anthropology introduction and tour of museum and artifacts. Pullman, WA. April 28, 2017 Franklin Elementary School, Anthropology Kids Day for 1st Grade Classes. Pullman, WA. March 23, 2017 Sunnyside Elementary School, Volunteer Science Fair Judge for Grades 1st through 5th. Pullman, WA. COMPUTER EXPERIENCE Statistical Packages: R, SPSS Languages: R/S, Python, C++, Java Applications: GRASS GIS, ArcGIS, QGIS, Adobe Illustrator/Photoshop, AutoCAD, ArcGIS collector, GPS, NetLogo Platforms: Microsoft Azure Databases/Geostacks: Microsoft Access, PostgreSQL/PostGIS, OpenGeo Suite – Boundless, SQLite Manager, OpenRefine, Paradox Hydrological Processing: Decagon soil moisture sensors, Leaf Area Index Operating Systems: Mac OS X, Windows, Unix/Linux Digital Image Processing: ERDAS/Imagine Other: git Other Skills: Microdrone (model: md4-1000; software: mdCockpit and mdBlackBox), Ground Penetrating Radar (GSSI), GPS (Trimble) RELEVANT GRADUATE COURSEWORK Surface Hydrology Soils Geomorphology Advanced Zooarchaeology Intermediate GIS Introduction to GIS Programming Statistical Research Methods in Geography Introduction to Remote Sensing Advanced GIS Programming

Paleoethnobotany Prehistory of the Southwest Models and Simulation Art History Methods and Practice Archaeological Method and Theory Mesoamerican Archaeology Fundamentals of Cultural Anthropology Human Evolution

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RELEVANT ARCHAEOLOGY UNDERGRADUATE COURSEWORK Archaeological Field School (Castalian Springs, TN) Zooarchaeology with lab Environmental Archaeology World Prehistory

Human Origins Archaeological Methods with Lab Independent Research Senior Thesis

RELEVANT COMPUTER AND MATHEMATICS UNDERGRADUATE COURSEWORK Java (Audited) Microcomputer Systems Programming C++ Calculus 1, 2, and 3 Modern Graphics for Engineers (AutoCAD) Statistics I and II Program Design/Analysis Discrete Mathematics Computers/Programming II (C++) Differential Equations WORKSHOPS AND ADDITIONAL TRAINING Ancient DNA 101: What you need to know to Establish a Successful Project; 2-hour online seminar. Christina Warinner and Courtney Hofman. Society for American Archaeology. Certificate earned on December 12, 2017. Introduction to Complexity. Melanie Mitchell, Santa Fe Institute. Certificate earned in June 2017. Using R for Archaeological Data Analysis, Mapping, and Visualization Workshop at the Society for American Archaeology Conference, April 2, 2017, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Software Carpentry Workshop. Center for Environmental Research, Education, and Outreach (CEREO), Washington State University. April 6–7, 2017. Unix shell, R, and Git. Data Carpentry Workshop. Center for Environmental Research, Education, and Outreach (CEREO), Washington State University. March 20–21, 2017. Data organization, OpenRefine, R, and Databases and SQL. R Programming by Johns Hopkins University on Coursera. Certificate with distinction earned on August 29, 2015. ESRI ArcGIS Web Courses (8 Courses) and Training Seminars (7 Seminars). Completed in Fall 2013. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA) (2017 – present) Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society (Account# 1380) (2017 – present) Gamma Theta Upsilon International Honor Society (2015 – present; GPA: 4.0) Society for American Archaeology (2012, 2014 – present) Tennessee Council for Professional Archaeology (2011 – present) PAST PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS Southeastern Archaeological Conference (2011 – 2016) Society of Ethnobiology (2012, 2015 – present) Southern Anthropological Society (2012) REFERENCES Dr. Tim Kohler Department of Anthropology Washington State University PO Box 644910 Pullman, WA 99164-4910

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Dr. Andrew Duff Department of Anthropology Washington State University PO Box 644910 Pullman, WA 99164-4910 Dr. Lisa Nagaoka Department of Geography 1155 Union Circle #305279 University of North Texas Denton, TX 76203-5017 Dr. Steve Wolverton Department of Geography 1155 Union Circle #305279 University of North Texas Denton, TX 76203-5017 **Full

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