Program Faculty and Facilities
Four faculty members teach, advise, and serve as chairs of Master’s thesis committees in the CRM program.
- Alexis Boutin (Anthropology)
- Margaret Purser (Anthropology)
- Laura Watt (Environmental Studies and Planning)
- Thomas Whitley (Anthropology, Director of Anthropological Studies Center)
SSU faculty in other departments regularly teach, and can serve as thesis committee members, for CRM students. These include Affiliated Faculty members:
- Michelle Goman (Geography and Global Studies)
- Michelle Jolly (History)
- Adrian Praetzellis (Emeritus, Anthropology)
- John Wingard (Dean of Social Sciences)
The department's Anthropological Studies Center houses facilities for archaeological and ethnographic research, and cultural resources management. The Studies Center maintains collections of artifacts, archaeological site records and maps, photographs, manuscripts, tapes and a specialized research library. The Center also provides computer services and facilities for specialized processing techniques, such as obsidian hydration. The Northwest Information Center manages historical records, resources, reports and maps; supplies historical resources information to the private and public sectors; and compiles and provides a referral list of qualified historical resources consultants.