Sep 13, 2015
Dr. Rebecca Saunders
Dr. Rebecca Suanders self description - I’m a native Floridian. I received a B.A. from Florida State University in 1977. From there I departed for nearly four years of CRM fieldwork, returning to Florida, more specifically, the University of Florida, for my M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. After receiving my Ph.D. degree in 1992, I became involved in forensic archaeology, and worked sporadically in Guatemala and the former Yugoslavia. I came to the Museum of Natural Science at LSU in 1993 as the Regional Archaeologist for Southeastern Louisiana. I became Curator of Anthropology at the Museum of Natural Science in 1994, a position that also gave me adjunct status in the Department of Geography and Anthropology. In 2009, the Museum reorganized, resulting in my formal appointment to Associate Faculty status in the Department of Geography and Anthropology.
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