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CURRICULUM VITAE


NEAL W. ACKERLY

 

ADDRESS:                 Dos Rios Consultants, Inc.

P.O. Box 1247

Silver City, NM 88062

 

TELEPHONE:            Voice: (505) 388-8980          FAX: (505) 388-8980

                                   Mobile: (505) 644-2490          E-mail: nackerly@dos-rios.com


World Wide Web page - http://www.dos-rios.com

 

DISSERTATION:       Archaic Adaptive Strategies in the Middle Gila River Basin, 2 vols. (1986)


EDUCATION:

                       Ph.D.  Arizona State University                                1986

Tempe, AZ (Anthropology)

 

                       M.A.    University of Arizona                                     1978

Tucson, AZ (Anthropology)

 

                       B.A.     Florida State University                                 1973

Tallahassee, FL (Anthropology/

International Relations)


POSITIONS HELD:

1995-present  Vice President, Dos Rios Consultants, Inc., Silver City, NM

 

1996-1998      Adjunct Assistant Professor, Western New Mexico University, Silver City, NM.

 

1995-1996      Consultant, Rio Chama Acequia Association, Medenales, NM

 

1991-1994      Consultant, State Engineers Office, State of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

 

1991-1994      Consultant for the law firm of Cutler and Stanfield, 700 Fourteenth St, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005

 

1988-1994      Assistant Professor and Director, Center for Anthropological Research, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM

 

1987-1988      Consultant, Northland Research, Inc., Flagstaff, AZ (Research design, report preparation)

 

1986-1988      Consultant, Continuum Corporation, Boca Raton, FL (Administration, supervision of analyses, report preparation)

 

1986               Project Director, Office of Cultural Resource Management, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ (Proposal preparation)

 

1985               Project Director, Archaeological Consulting Service, Tempe, AZ (Survey director)

 

1984               Project Director, Arizona State University, La Ciudad Canal Study (Excavation design and execution, data analysis, and report preparation)

 

1981-83          Assistant to the Editor for Archaeology, American Anthropologist (Manuscript review and editing)

 

1979-81          Project Director, Arizona State University, Central Arizona Water Control Study, (Survey design, survey execution, data analysis and report preparation of multi-phase surveys in central Arizona)

 

1978               Assistant Archaeologist, Arizona State Museum, APS Cholla-Saguaro Transmission Line Project (Excavation data analysis and report preparation)

 

1977               Assistant Archaeologist, Arizona State Museum, APS Cholla-Saguaro Transmission Line Project (Excavation design and implementation at various Hohokam/Mogollon sites)

 

1976               Assistant Archaeologist, Arizona State Museum, Army Corps of Engineers Project (Preparation of an archaeological overview of Pima County, AZ)

 

1975-76          Research Assistant, University of South Carolina, Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology (Survey design, implementation, data analysis and report preparation regarding Archaic occupations in the Piedmont)

 

1975               Research Assistant, University of California at Santa Cruz (Survey and excavation project participant)

 

1974-75          Assistant Archaeologist, Museum of Northern Arizona (Survey and excavation on various projects in the Four Corners area)

 

1973-74          Assistant Crew Chief, State of Florida, Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board (Directed excavations at a Spanish Colonial site)

 

1973               Crew Member, University of Tennessee, Duck River Archaeological Project (Excavation of Paleo-Indian and Archaic sites)

 

1973               Crew Chief, Florida State University, Summer Field School (Excavations at Mississippian sites)

 

1973               Crew Member, Florida State University, Summer Field School

 

1972               Crew Member, Florida State University, Summer Field School

PUBLICATIONS:

Ackerly, Neal W.

           2002a An Archaeological Inventory of the Tyrone Solar Observatory, Burro Mountains, Grant County, NM. New Mexico Office of Communications, Santa Fe.

 

           2002b An Archaeological Inventory of the Puebla Acequia, Rio Arriba County, NM. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District, Albuquerque.

 

           2002c  An Archaeological Inventory of the Caño Acequia, Rio Arriba County, NM. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District, Albuquerque.

 

           2002d An Archaeological Inventory of the Sanchez Acequia, Taos County, NM. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District, Albuquerque.

 

           2002e An Archaeological Inventory of the Quarteles Acequia, Rio Arriba County, NM. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District, Albuquerque.

 

           2002f  An Archaeological Inventory of the Abajo Acequia, Taos County, NM. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District, Albuquerque.

 

           2002g An Archaeological Inventory of the Ancheta-Galaz Acequia, Grant County, NM. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District, Albuquerque.

 

           2002h An Archaeological Inventory of the Las Joyas Acequia, Rio Arriba County, NM. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District, Albuquerque.

 

           2002i   An Archaeological Inventory of the Petaca Mica Mines, Rio Arriba County, NM. State of New Mexico, Department of Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources, Santa Fe.

 

           2002j   An Archaeological Inventory of the Carlisle-Homesead Lode Claims, Grant County, New Mexico. Historic Preservation Division, Santa Fe.

 

           2002k  An Archaeological Survey of Town of Silver City Holdings, Grant County, NM. Town of Silver City, NM.

 

           2002l   The Wild Man of the San Andres. New Mexico Magazine, March 2002:60-61

 

2002m Cultural Resources. In (Ellen Dietrich, ed.) A Decadal Plan for Oil and Gas

Development on Bureau of Land Management Holdings, Farming Field Office. U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Farmington.

 

           2001a An Archaeological Inventory of the Boston Hill Mining District, Grant County, NM. Town of Silver City, Silver City.

 

           2001b An Archaeological and Historical Study of Homesteads at the Cobre Mine, Grant County, NM. Phelps-Dodge Corp., Hurley.

 

           2001c  An Archaeological Overview and Management Plan for 8.2 Million Acres on Farming Field Office Holdings of the Bureau of Land Management, Farmington, NM. U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Santa Fe.

 

           2001d An Archaeological Inventory of the Historic Bonito Water Pipeline. U.S. Air Force, Holloman Air Force Base, Alamogordo.

 

           2000a A Class I Literature Review of the Prehistory and History of Town-owned Holdings Near Silver City, NM. Town of Silver City, Silver City.

 

           2000b An Archaeological Survey of Proposed Alternate INS Facilities Near Yuma, AZ. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District, Albuquerque.

 

           2000c  A 500 Acre Archaeological Survey of BLM Holdings Near Fillmore Arroyo, Las Cruces, NM. The Nature Conservancy, Las Cruces.

 

           2000d An 1808 Acre Archaeological Survey of State of New Mexico Lands Near Las Cruces, New Mexico. State of New Mexico, Office of Cultural Affairs, Historic Preservation Division, Santa Fe.

 

           2000e An Archaeological Study of Historic Sites in the Proposed Fierro Pipeline Corridor, Cobre-Chino Mines, Grant County, NM. Phelps-Dodge Corporation, Chino Mines Company, Hurley, NM

 

2000fPaleohydrology of the Rio Grande: A First Approximation. 44th Annual New Mexico Water Conference, December 2-3, 1999, Santa Fe, pp. 113-123.


Behr, Michelle and Neal W. Ackerly

           1998   Dip Okies and Texans Twice: Roadside Humor in New Mexico's Bootheel. FOCUS: A Publication of the American Geographical Society.


Ackerly, Neal W.

           1999a Controlling Water on the Border: The American Canal System, International Boundary and Water Commission, El Paso, Texas. U.S. Department of State, International Boundary and Water Commission, El Paso, TX.

 

           1999b An Archival and Archaeological Inventory of the Florida Mine, Little Florida Mountains Mining District, Luna County, NM. New Mexico Department of Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources, Abandoned Mine Land Bureau, Santa Fe.

 

           1999c  Archaeological Excavations at Historic and Prehistoric Sites in the Proposed Humbolt Leach Pad, Cobre Mine, Grant County, New Mexico. Phelps-Dodge Corporation, Chino Mines Company, Hurley, NM

 

           1999c  An Archaeological Survey and Historic Structure Inventory of the Computer Information Technology (CIT) Facility, Western New Mexico University, Grant County, New Mexico. Western New Mexico University, Silver City.

 

           1999e A GPS-based Inventory of Modern Acequias in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District, Albuquerque.

 

           1999f  Book Reviews: Evolving Complexity and Environmental Risk in the Prehistoric Southwest/Understanding Complexity in the Prehistoric Southwest. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, London, UK

 

           1999g The Evolution of the Rio Grande. Proceedings, 43rd Annual New Mexico Water Conference, Water Resources Research Institute, Las Cruces, pp. 26-32.

 

           1998a Archaeological and Historical Studies of Mining Properties in the Pyramid Subdistrict, Lordsburg Mining District, Hidalgo County, New Mexico. New Mexico Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department, Abandoned Mine Lands Bureau, Santa Fe.

 

           1998b Archaeological and Historical Studies of Mining Properties in the Virginia Subdistrict, Lordsburg Mining District, Hidalgo County, New Mexico. State of New Mexico, Department of Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources, Abandoned Mine Lands Bureau, Santa Fe.

 

           1998c  Archaeological and Historical Studies of Mining Properties in the Cooney District, Catron County, New Mexico. State of New Mexico, Department of Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources, Abandoned Mine Lands Bureau, Santa Fe.

 

           1998d Archaeological and Historical Studies of Mining Properties in the Whitesignal District, Grant County, New Mexico. State of New Mexico, Department of Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources, Abandoned Mine Lands Bureau, Santa Fe.

 

           1998e A Navajo Diaspora: The Long Walk to Hewéeldi. The Navajo Nation, Window Rock.

 

           1998f  Book Review: Dividing New Mexico’s Waters, 1700-1912. John O. Baxter. The Hispanic American Historical Review 78(2):321.

 

           1997a Book Review: Canals and Communities. Economic Geography 73(4):446-448.

           1997b Gileño and Mimbreño Apache Irrigation Systems: 1853-1859. The Kiva 62(4):349-363.

 

           1997c  An Overview of the Historic Characteristics of New Mexico’s Mines. State of New Mexico, Office of Cultural Affairs, Historic Preservation Division, Santa Fe, NM.




 

           1996   Historic Context of New Mexico's Acequias and Historic Management Recommendations. State of New Mexico, Office of Cultural Affairs, Historic Preservation Division, Santa Fe, NM.

 

           1996   On Computers in Archaeology: Lessons from the All-American Pipeline Project. The British Library, Proceedings of a Symposium on Electronic Storage and Retrieval of Archaeological Data, London, UK, June 3-4, 1994, Oxbow Press, Oxford, UK

 

           1996   Historical Studies of Irrigation Canals in New Mexico. Golden Software, Inc., Newsletter 8(1):1-2.


Ackerly, Neal W., David A. Phillips, and Lex Palmer

           1996   The Development of Irrigation Systems in the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District: An Historical Overview. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Albuquerque District, Albuquerque.


Ackerly, Neal W.

           1995   This Does Not Compute: The All American Pipeline Project Revisited. Antiquity 69:596-601.

 

           1995   Important Variables in Irrigation Studies. In H. Wolcott Toll (ed.) Soil Water Biology, and Belief in Prehistoric and Traditional Southwestern Agriculture, New Mexico Archaeological Council, Special Publication No. 2, pp. 279-288, Albuquerque, NM.


Ackerly, Neal W. and Peter L. Eidenbach

           1995   Homes on the Range: Oral Recollections of Early Ranch Life on the U.S. Army White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. U.S. Department of Defense, White Sands Missile Range, White Sands, NM


Ackerly, Neal W.

           1994   Irrigation in the Western Margins of the Pecos: Acequia Systems in the Bonito-Ruidoso-Peñasco Basins. New Mexico State University, Center for Anthropological Research, Report 724, Las Cruces, NM

 

           1994   Using GIS Technology to Study Historic New Mexican Acequia Systems. GeoInfoSystems February 1994, pp. 20-21.


Ackerly, Neal W., Wendy Maltonic, Moira Ernst, James Wakeman and Liza Lopez

           1994a Irrigation Systems of the Velarde-Española Region, North-Central New Mexico (2 vols). New Mexico State University, Center for Anthropological Research, Report No. 726, Las Cruces, NM


Ackerly, Neal W., Jeffrey Fredine, Robert Harrison, and Amie Vongvisith

           1994b Historic and Modern Irrigation Systems in El Paso, Texas (2 vols). New Mexico State University, Center for Anthropological Research, Report 725, Las Cruces, NM


Ackerly, Neal W. and Peter L. Eidenbach

           1994c  Ranching Legacy on the White Sands Missile Range: Oral Histories and Historical Archaeology. Human Systems Research, Inc., Tularosa, NM


Ackerly, Neal W., Michelle Behr, Tina Powell, and Michael Casaus

           1993a Acequia Systems of the Rio Mimbres: Floodwater Irrigation in Southern New Mexico. Center for Anthropological Research, Report No. 718, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.


Ackerly, Neal W., Tina L. Powell, and Annette Youngren

           1993b Report on Excavations at Prehistoric Archaeological Sites in the Afton-Mesilla Corridor, Doña Ana County, New Mexico. Center for Anthropological Research, Report No. 717, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.


Ackerly, Neal W. and Tina L. Powell

           1993c  An Overview of the Archaeological Resources of the Continental Divide Trail, Gila National Forest, Southwestern New Mexico. Center for Anthropological Research, Report No. 716, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

 

           1992   Archaeological Survey of the College Lake and Flat Lake Playas, Including an Overview of the Prehistory of the Jornada Experimental Range (2 vols). Center for Anthropological Research, Report No. 701, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

 

           1992   Irrigation Systems in the Mesilla Valley: An Historical Overview (3 vols). Center for Anthropological Research, Report No. 710, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.


Ackerly, Neal W. and Sally J. Lee

           1991   An Annotated Bibliography of the Archeology of New Mexico: 1970-1990. State of New Mexico, Office of Cultural Affairs, Historic Preservation Division, Santa Fe, NM.


Ackerly, Neal W.

           1991   Using Historic Documents to Develop Analog Models of Processes Affecting Prehistoric Hohokam Irrigation Systems. Soil Systems Publications in Archaeology No. 17, pp. 41-60, Tempe, AZ.

 

           1990a Playa Margin Adaptations in the Southern Jornada del Muerto: The Isaack's Lake Playa Survey. New Mexico State University, Center for Anthropological Research, Report 681, Las Cruces, NM.

 

           1990b Historic and Prehistoric Cultural Resources of the SR 70 and Alameda Historic District, Doña Ana County, New Mexico. New Mexico State University, Center for Anthropological Research, Report 682, Las Cruces, NM.





Hart, Jeanie M. and Neal W. Ackerly

           1990   The 1990 ROPES Review: Identification of Research and Funding Priorities in the Mimbres Resource Area. U.S. Bureau of Land Managment, Las Cruces District Office, Las Cruces, NM.


Willmer, Adisa J. and Neal W. Ackerly

           1990   An Archaeological Survey of Three Historic Sites at Newman, Otero County, New Mexico. Museum of New Mexico, Office of Archaeological Studies, Archaeology Notes No. 11, Santa Fe, NM.


Ackerly, Neal W.

           1990   Review of "The Archaeology of the San Xavier Bridge Site (AZ BB:13:14), Tucson Basin, Southern Arizona". American Antiquity 55(2): 438-439.


Ackerly, Neal W.

           1989a Analyzing Biases in Lithic Assemblages from the All-American Pipeline. Cultural Resources Report for the All American Pipeline Project, New Mexico State University, pp. 592-627, Las Cruces, NM

 

           1989b Variation Among Chipped Stone Assemblages in States Traversed by the All American Pipeline. Cultural Resources Report for the All American Pipeline Project, New Mexico State University, pp. 689-704, Las Cruces, NM

 

           1989c  Defining Activity Structure Involving the Use of Chipped Stone Artifacts Among Sites from the Celeron/All-American Pipeline. Cultural Resources Report for the All American Pipeline Project, New Mexico State University, pp. 915-970, Las Cruces, NM.

 

           1989d Prehistoric Settlement Patterns: Spatio-Environmental Analysis of Lithic-bearing Sites. Cultural Resources Report for the All American Pipeline Project, New Mexico State University, pp. 971-984, Las Cruces, NM


Ackerly, Neal W. and T. Kathleen Henderson

           1989   Prehistoric Agricultural Activities on the Mesa-Lehi Terrace: Perspectives on Hohokam Irrigation Cycles. Northland Research, Flagstaff, AZ


Ackerly, Neal W., Cody B. Browning, and Mary G. Canavan

           1989   An Archaeological Clearance Survey of 500 Acres for a Proposed Lineman's Training Facility at the Base of Tortugas Mountains, Doña Ana County, NM. New Mexico State University, Center for Anthropological Research, Report 674, Las Cruces, NM.


Smith, R.J.T., V. Gibbs, and N.W. Ackerly

           1989   A Reconnaissance Survey of 1570 Acres in the Vicinity of Tortugas Mountain, Doña Ana County, New Mexico. Bureau of Land Management, Las Cruces District Office, Las Cruces


Ackerly, Neal W., Cody B. Browning, Mary G. Canavan, and Michael Johnson

           1988   A Preliminary Evaluation of Prehistoric Settlement Patterns in Grant and Luna Counties, New Mexico: Results of a 1600 Acre Sample Survey on State of New Mexico Lands. New Mexico State University, Center for Anthropological Research, Report No. 684,, Las Cruces, NM.


Ackerly, Neal W.

           1988   False Causality in the Hohokam Collapse. The Kiva 53(4): 305-319.


Ackerly, N.W., J. Howard, and R.H. McGuire

           1987   La Cuidad Canals: A Study of Hohokam Irrigation Systems at the Community Level. Office of Cultural Resource Management, Arizona State University, Anthropological Field Studies No. 17, Tempe, AZ


Ackerly, Neal W.

           1984a Issues in the Archaic Tradition of Central Arizona. In G. Rice and R. Most (eds.) Research Issues in the Prehistory of Central Arizona: The Central Arizona Water Control Study, vol. 1. Office of Cultural Resource Management, Arizona State University, Anthropological Field Studies, No. 7, pp. 2-28, Tempe, AZ.

 

           1984b The Issue of Hohokam Chronology: Yet Another View. In G. Rice and R. Most (eds.) Research Issues in the Prehistory of Central Arizona: The Central Arizona Water Control Study, vol. 1. Office of Cultural Resource Management, Arizona State University, Anthropological Field Studies, No 7, pp. 55-84, Tempe, AZ.


Ackerly, Neal W. and Dennis L. Young

           1984   Formative Period Political Differentiation in the Southern Valley of Mexico: A Comment on Steponaitis. American Anthropologist 86(4): 976-985.


Ackerly, Neal W. and Frank E. Bayham

           1984   C. A. Comment: Luis Orquera's More on Re-thinking the Middle-Upper Paleolithic Transition. Current Anthropology 25(1): 85-86.


Ackerly, Neal W.

           1983   Review of A. Simmons (ed.), Prehistoric Adaptive Strategies in the Chaco Canyon Region, Volumes 1-3. Navajo Nation Papers in Anthropology, No. 9. The Kiva 49: 121-124.


Bayham, Frank E. and Neal W. Ackerly

           1982   More on the Paelolithic/Mesolithic Transition. Current Anthropology 23(5): 582-583.


Ackerly, Neal W.

           1982   Irrigation, Water Allocation Strategies and the Hohokam Collapse. The Kiva 47(3): 91-106.

 



 

           1979   The Southern Segment. In L. Teague and L. Mayro (eds.) The APS Cholla-Saguaro Transmission Line Project, vol. 1. Arizona State Museum, Archaeological Series, No. 135, pp. 267-407.


Goodyear, Albert C., John H. House, and Neal W. Ackerly

           1979   Laurens-Anderson: An Archaeological Study of the Inter-riverine Piedmont. Institute of Archeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina, Anthropological Studies, No. 4, Columbia, SC.


Ackerly, Neal W.

           1978   Controlling Pressure in Experimental Lithics Research. American Antiquity 43(3): 181-183.


Ackerly, Neal W. and Anne Rieger

           1976   An Archeological Overview of Southwest Pinal County, Arizona. Arizona State Museum, Archaeological Series, No. l04, Tucson. AZ.


PRESENTED PAPERS:

Ackerly, Neal W.

           2002   Early Irrigation in New Mexico. Invited paper presented at symposium Moving Waters: The Colorado River and the West. 2 March, Silver City Museum, Silver City, NM.

 

           2000   History of Drought in New Mexico. Invited Paper presented at the 4th Annual Water Conservation Conference, Las Cruces, 14 September, 2000, Las Cruces.

 

           1999   Paleohydrology of the Rio Grande. Invited Paper presented at the 44th Annual New Mexico Water Conference, 1-2 December 1999, Santa Fe.


           1998   On the Historic Characteristics of Rio Grande: Evidence from Documentary Sources.                        Invited Paper presented at the 43rd Annual New Mexico Water Conference, 22                        October 1998, Las Cruces.


           1998   Watershed Groups: Historic Analogs of Interest. Invited paper, New Mexico Surface                        Water Quality Department/EPA, Albuquerque, 25 September 1998.


           1997   On Preserving Western Irrigation Systems. Invited paper presented at the 51st                        Annual Meeting of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Santa Fe, NM.

 

           1996   Homes on the Range: An Oral History of Ranching on White Sands Missile Range, 1899-1942. Invited paper presented at the American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.

 

           1996   Las Acequias Viejas: Early Irrigation Systems of Northern New Mexico. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans, LA.

 

           1995   Early 20th Century Irrigation Systems and Their Relationship to the Cultural Landscape: Lower Rio Grande Valley. Invited paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historic Archaeology, Washington, D.C., January 4-8, 1995.

 

           1994   An Oral Historical Perspective on Ranching on White Sands Missile Range, Southern New Mexico. Invited paper presented at the Oral History Association annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM, October 21, 1994

 

           1994   Image-Based Computerization of Archaeological Data: Potential and Problems. Invited paper presented at Oxford University, Oxford, UK, June 7, 1994.

 

           1992   Playa Margin Adaptations in the Jornada del Muerto of Southern New Mexico. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

           1988   Hohokam Irrigation Systems in the Eastern Phoenix Basin. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Phoenix, AZ.


Ackerly, Neal W., Jerry Howard, and Randall H. McGuire

           1986   Structure and Dynamics of Hohokam Irrigation Systems. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans, LA.


Ackerly, Neal W.

           1985   Plant Use Among Prehistoric Hunters and Gatherers in the American Southwest: Evidence from Hankat Cave. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archeology, Denver, CO.

 

           1984   Vegetative Cover and Surface Assemblages: Implications for Intra- and Inter-site Analyses. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archeology, Portland, OR.

 

           1982   Hohokam Population Growth: Fact or Fiction? Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archeology, San Diego, CA.



 

           1979   Risk Minimization Strategies Among Arid Lands Pastoralists. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Arid Lands Studies, Lake Tahoe, NV.

 

           1978   Modeling Microwear Formation: A Feasibility Study Based on Fracture Mechanics. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archeology, Tucson, AZ.


TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

1996-1998      Social Statistics/Sociology/Physical Geography/Physical Anthropology and                        Archaeology, Western New Mexico University, Silver City, NM.

 

1992-94          Introduction to Archaeology (upper division)/Archaeological Field School/Cultural Resource Management/Computer Applications in Archaeology. New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

 

1991               Introduction to Archaeology (upper division)/Archaeological Field School. New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

 

1990               Archaeological Research Design (upper division), New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

 

Archeological Field School (graduate and upper division), New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

 

1989               Introduction to North American Prehistory (upper division), New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

 

1989               Introduction to Archaeology (upper division), New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

 

1988               Seminar in Southwest Ethnohistory (graduate), New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

 

1984               Indians of the Southwest (upper division), Teaching Assistant, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

 

1983-84          Human Origins and Development (lower division), 3 semesters, Arizona State University, Tempe. AZ.

 

1982               Summer Field School (upper division), University of California, Santa Cruz, CA.

 

1981               Introduction to Social Organization (upper division), Teaching Assistant, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

 

1980               Introduction to Archeological Laboratory Techniques (upper division), Teaching Assistant, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

 

1979               Introduction to Field Methods in Archeology (upper division/graduate), Teaching Assistant, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

 

1978               Cultural Resource Management (upper division/graduate), Teaching Assistant, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.


HONORS AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

1992               Volunteer Service Award, U.S. Forest Service, Gila National Forest, Silver City, NM.

 

1991               Recipient, National Volunteer Service Award, Bureau of Land Management, Washington, D.C.

 

1991               Recipient, State of New Mexico, Annual Governor's Community Achievement Award, First Place Award

 

1990               Volunteer Service Award, State Office of the Bureau of Land Management, Santa Fe, NM

 

1986               Member, Phi Kappa Phi

 

1985               Member, Sigma Xi

 

1981               Fellowship, Phoenix Chapter, Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation

 

1973               Selby Foundation Scholarship, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL


SERVICE:

1999               Member, Board of Directors, New Mexico Historic Preservation Alliance.

 

1993               Vice-President, New Mexico Archaeological Council, Albuquerque, NM

 

1993               Ph.D. Committee Member, Koleen Kralick, Department of Anthropology, SUNY Buffalo, NY

 

1994               MA Committee Chair, Regan Giese, Department of Sociology-Anthropology, NMSU, Las Cruces, NM.

 

1992               MA Committee Chair, Alberto Prieto, Department of Sociology-Anthropology, NMSU, Las Cruces, NM.

 

1991               MA Committee Member, Sally Lee, Department of Anthropology, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM

 

1991               Graduate School Representative, MA defense of Sally Lee, Department of History, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces

 

1989-93          Advisor, Las Cruces Museum of Natural History, Las Cruces, NM

 

1988-93          Coordinator, Graduate Student Internship Program, Department of Sociology/ Anthropology, New Mexico State University

 

1988-94          Curator of Prehistoric Archaeology, New Mexico State University Museum, Las Cruces, NM

 

1983-1986      Member, Central Arizona Project Research Design Oversight Committee, Arizona Archeological Council

 

1983               Member, Nominations Committee, Arizona Archeological Council


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

Society for American Archeology

New Mexico Archaeological Council

Phi Kappa Phi

Sigma Xi


REFERENCES: PROVIDED ON REQUEST