Academic Interests: Prehistoric archaeology and lithics, cultural resource management and natural resource policy, geoarchaeology and paleoenvironmental studies
Previous Degree: B.A. (2011), Skidmore College
Research Areas: Great Basin, Klamath River Basin, northern California
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Biography: Geneva is a first year Master's student interested in prehistoric archaeology and hunter-gatherer mobility in the Great Basin; specific interests include the archaeology of the Klamath River region of northern California and southern Oregon, local toolstone sources, and resource procurement patterns. Her thesis research will focus on the use of a prehistoric obsidian source in the Medicine Lake Highlands region of California. Geneva has several years of cultural resource management experience with federal agencies and smaller firms. Other pursuits include running, hiking, music, and travelling.