Ph.D. and M.A. in Anthropology, UC Riverside.
B.A. in Anthropology, California State University, San Bernardino.
Served as State Archaeologist for Idaho, 1993-1999.
Director of the Archaeological Survey of Idaho,
Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer,
Interim State Historic Preservation Officer,
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Boise State
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, CSUB, 1999-
Director, Museum of Anthropology, CSUB, 1999-
Coordinator, Southern San Joaquin Valley Historic
Resource Information Center, 1999-
Prehistory of western North America (emphasis on California, Northwest,
and Great Basin) and Roman Egypt; faunal analysis, human osteology;
Archaeology: The Science of the Human
Past (with Mark Q.
The Introduction of the Bow and Arrow and
Lithic Resource Use
at Rose Spring
(CA-INY-372). Journal of
California and Great
Basin Anthropology 20(1):72-87.
1997 Archaeological Evidence of Aboriginal Cultigen
Use in Late
Death Valley, California. Journal