Academic Interests: Prehistoric archaeology, lithics, mobility, raw material acquisition
Previous Degrees: BA (2011), Purdue University
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Biography: Coming all the way from Indiana, Don is a master's student interested in mobility and toolstone procurement patterns throughout the Great Basin. His work is focused in Warner Valley, Oregon where he is looking at diachronic shifts in mobility and toolstone procurement by examining Paleoindian and Archaic lithic assemblages. Don has worked for the Dayton Society of Natural History where he participated in extensive excavations of a Native American settlement belonging to the Fort Ancient culture. His recent work has been with the U.S. Forest Service in northern California where he aided in preserving cultural resources throughout Klamath National Forest.